Thursday, July 31, 2008

The head of a bug on the shuttle

I guess he was decapitated by the mirror or something and all that was left was the head which appeared to be sticking through the metal of the shuttle.

Inside the arena at Kentucky Horse Park

It's drag time!

Preparing the arena for the next class of horses to show.

Star Cafe- Meat and Three's in Nashville series

Star Cafe

429 North Main Street (across from O'Reilly Auto Parts)

Goodlettsville, TN


Wednesday, July 23, 2008

3rd & Lindsley calendar July 24-27

Thursday, July 24
Billy Dean, Clara Oman, Brent Rader – 6:00 pm
Rick Huckaby – 9:30 pm

Friday, July 25
Ricky Young and Ryan Weaver open – 7:30 pm
Jeffrey Steele – 10:00 pm

Saturday, July 26
Amelia White w/ Tasha Valentine – 7:00 pm
Chris Janson w/ Kree Harrison – 10:00 pm

Sunday, July 27
JJ Grey and MOFRO w/ Joe Pug – 8:00 pm

Bluebird Cafe calendar July 24-27

July 24
In The Round with Stephens Simmons, Elliot Randall, Adam Wright and Shannon Wright
no cover

In The Round with Joey Martin, Rory Lee Feek, Carl Jackson and Bradley Walker

July 25
In The Round with Joe Scutella, Joshua Michael Scutella, Donal Hinely and Ross Falzone
no cover

n The Round Danny Flowers, Bill Lloyd, Marshall Chapman and Tom Kimmel

July 26
In The Round with Queenie Mullinix, Billy G. Terry, Jerry Harmon and Ladd Smith
no cover

In The Round with Lari White, Bob Regan and special guests - A Benefit for the YMCA

July 27

Sunday Spotlight with Chris Burke
no cover

Writers Night with special guest Liz Hengber
no cover

Saturday, July 19, 2008

The reconstruction continues and we work to get through

We are still working here at Webbspun Ideas but the technical issues continue. Thanks for your patience because it will be worth it when we come back. We'll be back soon with more videos, info and even more great stuff then ever.

Ya'll come back now, ya here!

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Threadventures and Webbspun Ideas are going to Lexington for a horse show

July 25 - 27
We'll be setting up at the Clayton Woosley Hall of Fame Reining and Brownwood Farm Derby in Lexington KY. Be sure to stop in, say hi and check out the goods.

Some examples of the quality of work below and visit the website to learn more:

Custom Clothing

Your Logo on a Hat
logo designing with rhinestonesor plain embroidery

Custom Halters
have the name of your horse embroidered across the nose band of your halter, or let us know about your award needs!

Many more custom graphics and embroidery are available from Threadventures.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

3rd & Lindsley calendar July 16-20

Wednesday, July 16
Singleton – 6:00 pm
David Bradley – 8:00 pm
The Wooten Brothers – 9:30 pm

Thursday, July 17
Ed Harcourt w/ Jeff Klein and Tim Williams – 7:00 pm
Brett Manning and Bethany Manning - 9:30 pm

Friday, July 18
Zig Zag – 7:00 pm
Super T and The Tyrone Smith Revue – 10:30 pm

Saturday, July 19
Rachael Williams opens – 6:00 pm
FAB – 7:00 pm
The Empires: John Cowan, Tom Britt, Reese Wynans, Billy Thomas, Jim Hoke – 10:00 pm

Sunday, July 20
Tift Merritt w/ Jim Bianco - 8:00 pm

Bluebird Cafe calendar July 16-20

Bluebird Cafe
4104 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, TN
(615) 383-1461‎

July 16
In The Round with Karleen Watt, Dan Watt, Rachel Williams and Karen Staley
no cover

Miller Harris Benefit In The Round with Brice Long, Randy Houser, Dallas Davidson, Chuck Wicks and Halfway to Hazard

July 17
In The Round Jude Toy, Kostas, Wayne Mills and special guests,
no cover

Dr. and Mrs. D.N. Luciani Foundation Benefit In The Round with Lee Thomas Miller, Jamey Johnson, Jeff Cohen and Donnie Fritts

July 18

In The Round with Rod Picott, Bob Delevante, Suzie Ragsdale and Amanda Shire
no cover

In The Round with Chuck Jones, Tom Hambridge, John Kilzer and Gary Nicholson,

July 19
In The Row with Bill Maier, Matt Keating and friends, no cover

An Evening with Regie Hamm with Special Guests

July 20
Sunday Spotlight with Emma King,
no cover

Writers Night with special guest Amanda Hunt-Taylor
no cover

KimMystry is the band of the week

Upcoming Shows KymMystry in July

July 17
French Quarter
Nashville, Tennessee

July 26
French Quarter

July 29
Nasville, Tennessee

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Introducing "Chats with Dr. Chad"

We have created an opportunity for you all to ask questions about chiropractic services and health issues. We will also be able to explain how chiropractic services can help your body. Dr. Chad will be answering your questions via video here on Webbspun Ideas.

When emailing a question, please put "Question for Dr. Chad" in the subject line. The email address is

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Summer Slip and Slide reining horse show

Entries at the Summer Slip and Slide will close the evening prior for the first class held each day! All Mens/Ladies entries for Saturday morning will close at 9pm on Friday night --- you MUST make your entries prior to the deadline. All other class closings will be announced, please listen closely for class entry closings! If you cannot meet the deadline for the class closing, call the show secretary in advance at 770.378.2959 (Katy) to make entries by phone.

To reserve stalls and camper hook-ups please contact Barbara Brookshire at 423.538.4457 or e-mail her directly at . Please note no warm-ups will be held at this event.

Friday, July 11
move in day - arena open for riding at noon

Saturday, July 12 / Sunday July 13
7:30 am arena closes, 8am show starts
Ladies/MensJackpot 6/7 $35
Green Reiner IPoints 8/1 $35
NonPro/Int/Ltd/PTNP$500/200/200/200 3/8$80/40/40/40
Green Reiner IIPoints 7/4 $35
Novice Horse Open/ Novice Horse Non Pro$500/200 2/1 $80/40
RookiePoints 1/6 $35
Youth 13 & u / Youth 14-18Points 2/1 $10
Green YouthPoints 1/2 $10
Open/Int/Ltd/Rookie Pro$500/200/200/200 9/2$80/40/40/40
Green HorseJackpot 1/6 $35

**A leadline class will be held on Saturday immediately following the lunch break!**

Best Western (865) 882-6200
Holiday Inn (865) 882-5340
Super 8 (865) 882-6600

This information comes from the Tennessee Reining Horse Association.

Tuesday, July 08, 2008

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Scenes from Tennessee

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Monday, July 07, 2008

Scenes from the Tennessee country

Volkswagen One-Liter gets 280 miles per gallon!

Volkswagen has been quietly working away somewhere deep in Germany perfecting the design. Originally intended for a launch around 2012, rumors now indicate that the vehicle may indeed be ready by 2010. The vehicle gets its moniker due to its goal of achieving one liter of fuel consumption per 100 kilometers. The concept vehicle, with its single cylinder engine, was apparently capable of doing a bit better than that, as it was rated at a mind blowing 282 miles per gallon, or about .83 liters per 100 kilometers.

For maximum compactness, the vehicle features the driver in the center of the car with one passenger sitting behind in a cockpit-like arrangement. No word as of yet on price, but it seems that VW is hoping that the government can step in to reduce the cost for purchasers.

Visit Auto Green Blog to learn more about this cool German car.

White Lily baking flour leaves Tennessee

FOR generations of Southern bakers, the secret to weightless biscuits has been one simple ingredient passed from grandmother to mother to child: White Lily all-purpose flour.

Biscuit dives and high-end Southern restaurants like Watershed in Atlanta and Blackberry Farm outside Knoxville use it. Blue-ribbon winners at state fair baking contests depend on it. On food lovers’ Web sites, transplanted Southerners share tips on where to find it, and some of them returning from trips back home have been known to attract attention when airport security officers detect a suspicious white dust on their luggage.
But at the end of June, the mill, with its shiny wood floors, turquoise and red grinders and jiggling armoire-size sifters, will shut its doors. The J. M. Smucker Company, which bought the brand a year ago, has already begun producing White Lily at two plants in the Midwest, causing ripples of anxiety that Southern biscuits will never be the same.

Maribeth Badertscher, a spokeswoman for the company, said the new White Lily was the result of thorough product testing and promised that customers “won’t know the difference.” But in a blind test for The New York Times, two bakers could immediately tell the old from the new.

Read the complete story in the New York Times/ Dining.

Panty Raid!'s Fifth Annual Tease-a-Thon and Birthday Bash

Pictures from Joshua Black Wilkins

In the Cannery Ballroom Panty Raid!'s Fifth Annual Tease-a-Thon and Birthday Bash!
$15 advance/$18 at the door

July 12
9:00 PM

Visit the Mercy Lounge website for more info.