It’s Snow-vember!!!

Have you planned your extra hour of winter drive-time yet? I’ll be here for you.

Uphill Ski-party

Snowvember is here, as is the Month-long BIG TEN anniversary!!! Want to thank an INB (formerly known as Spokane Opera House) full-of skiers for coming to the Warren Miller film and look forward to seeing you on the slopes, in what looks to be a few days time…Snow levels are already dropping as of this entry. I really thought the “dancing snowflakes” we’re funny… Crystal, thanks for “the ride” on our chartered chair-lift to The Blvd. Corona Chalet

….And the Corona Girls. Also a big shout-out to the Haloween-ies at Bottom’s Up Friday night, we saw some great costumes, “Tantric chick” is going to send some pics… FROM SWORD TO SUNRISE put on an action-packed show, good luck opening for 5FDP and ITM @ the factory on 11/28 –11/29.

Our “Time Caps” are already rolling on 94 & ½ and please pardon the occasional ‘flashbacks’ to celebrate our tenth anniversary, but it’s quite a trip we’ve all been on and this is really putting things into perspective as to just how much we’ve grown over the past Decade Of Decadence…There are so many faces, winners, and memories (and so many more to make) so buckle up! It’s going to be an awesome ride through our Month-Long Time warp.And awesome TIMES lined up as well.

On a personal note, I want to thank Spokane’s Best Rock listeners for making us so cool, as I’ve said a million times before because without YOU guys this would be a big ten years of static on the dial (atleast on MY radio). I’ve loved working here for you and your entertaining phone calls add just “the spice” we need to flavor up the day. Never know what to expect, and that what makes this place so much fun to be a part of. I hope you appreciate us, as much as we love Rockin YOUR world. When I think back to Spokane radio BEFORE 94&1/2 …. (OK, well after Rock106) …. Anger, bitterness, despair, and darkness all come to mind~ Oooo, just like an election year!

….Aren’t you glad THAT’s over???

Posted on November 4, 2008 | Posted by Geoff Scott | Comment