Had tickets (twice) to see Led Zeppelin in 1977.
The first time in May at the Capital Center in Landover, Maryland.
Don’t remember much – we started drinking way too early in the day.
The second time for June at JFK stadium in Philadelphia.
John Bonham, the drummer, asphyxiated on his own vomit.
Houses of the Holy.
Dancing Days was a hit in 1973.
Not many of Zeppelin’s songs made it to the American mainstream.
One of the many reasons i love Led Zeppelin.
Yo! I said yesterday that I would only be posting here periodically, rather than daily, like I’ve been doing.
Well guess what? I couldn’t resist posting this video of my friend Chuck and me. We are like two 12-year olds, enamoured with technology and the power of the Internet.
On Saturday, we gathered at another friend’s house to celebrate a ninth birthday. While our son’s were in the pool, we spent a little time inspiring and helping each other.
Check it out:
Make it a great day. Heck, make it a great week. Happy Monday everyone and carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
Finish the race, even if you finish last.
It’s up to each and every one of us to choose our attitude. No one else can do that for us.
It’s hard sometimes. Difficult. Scary. Terrifying even. And yet, a choice still needs to be made.
Wishing you the strength and courage you need, to decide to finish the race.
Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
testing 1, 2, 3
You tube experiment. Control Z = undo.
Thank you Chuck for helping me out with this. It was so easy, even a runner man could figure it out.
By the way, these two clips are in honor of Steve Prefontaine, who died in a tragic car accident on this day in 1975. He was 24. He was also America’s running prodigy.