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Floatzilla 2010 official photo.
Picture from the website Floatzilla.org
My Pelican Explorer . . .
The Floatzilla world record attempt as seen from a canoe somewhere in the mix.
Come together, right now, over me . . .
Rhythm has fun with a remote control speed boat at Floatzilla 2010.
Rowin', Rowin', Rowin' on the river . . .
Ripple in still water, when there is no pebble tossed, no wind to blow . . .
Oh black water, keep on moving, Mississippi moon won't you shine your light on me . . .
Rhythm has fun with a remote control speed boat while sitting at the bow of a canoe at Floatzilla 2010.
Won't you meet me in the middle . . . The raft comes together at Floatzilla 2010.
Rubbing Abraham Lincoln's nose for good luck!
Bucktown Final Friday, March 25th 2011
Willie Nelson @ The Adler Theater, Davenport, Iowa. Sunday, March 13th, 2011.
Rhythm's 13th Birthday Party, Milan Lanes, March 26, 2011
Work . . . how did that building get here that I'm standing on?
Columns, beams, rafters, purlins, flange braces, sag angles, standing seam roof, sidewalls . . .
Tooth Extracted at 8:30 AM on January 20, 2011. My mouth misses you. It hurts me to see you go!
Sporting the green hawk!
Chris Rice - 1 month
Age 17 - Summer 1985
Army Basic Training
Fort Dix, New Jersey
Chex with a Mohawk in the family picture.
The Rice Family - 1987
Chex and Sasquatch
Chris Rice - 1 Month
"Don't think I won't jump up off this blankey and bop you in the nose!"
With Dreads and Tommy Chong (That's Leo on That 70's Show for the youngins)
Juarez, Mexico 1994. Went by myself . . . partied with these folks. Can you tell who is the Americano in this picture?
White Watter Rafting on the Washington - Oregon border in 2004
Chris Rice - 1 month
"You really need to stop flashing that light in my face!"
Clark State Community College
Wearing a Spike Opera t-shirt!
July 4, 1987
Leclaire Park Bandshell
RiceChex - Leopard Skin Mohawk - Spring 1987
Interview with Al Van Zee