Willie Nelson, having sold bibles, vacuum cleaners
and Encyclopedia Britannica in his day, has become
that rare musician that can still draw a crowd –
in his eighties!
Some great picking and singing!  Did you know
that he wrote “Crazy”, later recorded by Patsy Cline,
that became the biggest jukebox record of all time?  

Both of his sons play with him onstage,
and they’re quite talented!

The famous Heart Attack Grill – known for the
quadruple bypass burger (at 10,000 calories) –
best enjoyed with a side of “Flatliner” fries. 
A hospital theme has all patrons in gowns,
served by “nurses”, with giant prescription pill
bottles hanging from the ceiling.  We didn’t eat
 there, but it was good fun gawking through the window.
Talented bartender!


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