Friday, February 25, 2011

Eastern Oregon flash trip // La Grande + Cove

Posted By on Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 3:05 PM

eatern oregon snowy mountains
  • eatern oregon snowy mountains

woke up at 4:30 am yesterday to brave some snowy snowy roads and hustle over to little Cove, OR between the Wallowa and Blue Mountains for a day of hanging with the kids at the K-12 Cove School. absolutely incredible time. long adventurous days in their halls and classrooms talking music and art and life on the road. what a fantastic group of kids. really inspiring day.

then got to cap it off with a show at one of our absolute most cherished venues in the country — The Crawlspace //// La Grande, OR. doesn’t happen too often any more. but the doors to this sacred place were once again opened for what turned out to be a brilliant gathering of La Grandians and some outliers /// dance party!! what a beautiful day and night! thanks to Mr. G, Mr. McBride, everyone at Cove School that made us feel so welcome, Austin and The Crawlspace and Waypoint crew, Sons of Guns, World’s Greatest Ghosts and everyone that made it out last night. the rest of the story is in pictures below. show tonight at Visual Arts Collective in Garden City to help raise awareness and funds for Radio Boise — on air in April!! 89.9FM in the Treasure Valley. can’t wait. then off to Sun Valley tomorrow to wrap up our February NW tour with World’s Greatest Ghosts at the infamous Whiskey Jacques.

Cove School teepees
  • Cove School teepees

metal flower sculpture by Austin McDonald at The Crawlspace
  • metal flower sculpture by Austin McDonald at The Crawlspace

worlds greatest ghosts @ the crawlspace
  • world's greatest ghosts @ the crawlspace

crawlspace dancers
  • crawlspace dancers

crawlspace dancers and wgg
  • crawlspace dancers and wgg

  • legs

Cove School students
  • Cove School students

sunny drive
  • sunny drive

thx for listening. see you soon.
gil and the rest of team finn riggins

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