A Full House at the...Muncy Valley Moose!!
WOW... Thank you "Lucky friends and fans" for filling up the venue tonight!!  
We are grateful and appreciative of ALL OF YOU!
We'll be back at the Muncy Valley Moose on...
February 24th, 2018

Yup, we're here tonight!

God bless her and may we always honor our country

A beautiful lodge with an attached restaurant...

...with an attached Moose!

Let's chow down before the show!!!

Great food?  Check it out!  (With a cow tab)

The band enjoying some great Moose food

And there it is...!

Happy "Lucky 34th " Birthday Wilma!!

A nice surprise!

Dave trying to swindle a nice lady...

...and he was caught purse snatching!!!


Happy faces on Moose administrators!

Hey, watch it T.S.

Ann... Ann... Ann... Ann...

The bar was hoppin' too!

This needs some explanation!!!

Great to see Mr. Hogan and "younger" Ms. Barb

Three of Dave's bros!

Hunters after a long day

And there it is... AGAIN

Somebody's really into it
Many pictures of dancers because the dance floor was filled the entire evening!

Check out those boogie shoes... or bear paws...

We loved them!

Did you put deodorant on?

Disco Denny and Disco Dottie

Biv and Becky helping tear down!

Terry tearing down after taking 220 pictures for us! 

Show's over...everyone went home (almost)

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas!
Wait until you see our 2018 schedule!

THANK YOU AGAIN SO MUCH.. Becky, "Biv", and Terry!!!

And thank you Alicia for the great restaurant service!
Look what we saw tonight...!!!
Here's your "Lucky Science Lesson"

What makes a halo around the sun or moon? There’s an old weather saying: ring around the moon means rain soon. There’s truth to this saying, because high cirrus clouds often come before a storm. Notice in these photos that the sky looks fairly clear. After all, you can see the moon.  And yet halos are a sign of high thin cirrus clouds drifting 20,000 feet or more above our heads.

These clouds contain millions of tiny ice crystals. The halos you see are caused by both refraction, or splitting of light, and also by reflection, or glints of light from these ice crystals.

The crystals have to be oriented and positioned just so with respect to your eye, in order for the halo to appear.

That’s why, like rainbows, halos around the moon -are personal. Everyone sees their own particular halo, made by their own particular ice crystals, which are different from the ice crystals making the halo of the person standing next to you.

Why is it called a 22-degree halo? Because the ring has a radius of approximately 22° around the moon.

Again, THANK YOU everyone who came out to enjoy... the Lucky Afternoon Band

We'll be back at the Muncy Valley Moose on...
February 24th, 2018






Click the envelope to send Dave an e-mail and say hello....

We'd love to hear from you!