Stormy Weather at the Cabana


Last night the sky was filled with swirling masses of swollen colorful clouds waiting to release their rain.  I couldn’t stop taking photographs.  We went to a place on the Ohio River called the Cabana on the River.  I love venues with live music located on the river.  Although it was an hour drive, I enjoyed talking with friends, taking lots of photos,  and dancing to one of my favorite local bands…Danny Frazier Band!

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This bartender is a cutie…

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The sky unleashed a few times.  We had a table outside and luckily were on a wait list for a table inside because just as it started to rain our buzzer went off.

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We arrived around 7pm to have a bite to eat before the band started at 8pm and I was surprised at how many families with children were there.

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As we waited to see if the band would be able to play because of the weather, I took advantage of admiring the beautiful sunset!

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I noticed this little flag taped to the fence…

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The artificial palm trees were quite pretty against the night sky…

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The band was finally able to start playing close to 10pm.  There’s my friend Cindy watching them…

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I had a nice surprise right before leaving.  My cousin Kim and her husband Mike came up to me as we were preparing to leave.  I rarely see them because they have eight children…yes…that’s not a typo!

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Tonight will be another fun evening…my friends Sherry, Jim and Cindy are coming over for dinner!  Hope you have a fantastic weekend!!

30 thoughts on “Stormy Weather at the Cabana

  1. Pingback: Boogie Nights and Danny Frazier Band | Fabulous 50's

  2. After rain always sunshine comes … my grandpa always said. Great colorful photos and a great colorful evening in the end .. my favorite photos is the one after the rain .. on the patio.

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