Nancy & Vince

Great Dancers and Great Friends

It's Always Time To Dance With These Two!

Nancy collage
It's Nancy time.....

Nancy and Vince
Vince hides from the camera (7/29/2009)

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Vince and Nancy (8/22/2009)

Dancing With Tracy Wells September 13, 2009

Dancing With Tracy Wells September 2009

Dancing With Tracy Wells September 2009
Lemonade never tasted so good

Alpine Village 2/21/2011

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Enjoying an evening together at Alpine Village (2/21/2011)

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Baby it's cold outside (2/21/2011)

Nancy and Vince
It's cold outside but we have to go home now... It's a work day tomorrow (2/21/2011)

We See Each Other Quite Often

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Vince and Nancy get their gavorite Old Ranch Drink... The Mai Tai (9/11/2011)

Did You Know? - It was purportedly invented at the Trader Vic's restaurant in Oakland, California in 1944. Trader Vic's rival, Don the Beachcomber, claimed to have created it in 1933 at his then-new bar named for himself (later a famous restaurant) in Hollywood. Don the Beachcomber's recipe is more complex than that of Vic's and tastes quite different.

The Trader Vic story of its invention is that the Trader (Victor J. Bergeron) created it one afternoon for some friends who were visiting from Tahiti. One of those friends, Carrie Guild, tasted it and cried out: "Maita'i roa ae!" (Literally "very good!", figuratively "Out of this world! The Best!") ? hence the name.

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You can hardly get them off the floor (9/11/2011) at Old Ranch

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Ah ha.... Vince was not around and Paul stole a dance!! (9/11/2011)

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At the monthly Jam Session (7/17/2011) Nancy is finishing her third Dambuie

Did You Know? - Drambuie (pronounced /dr?m?bju?i/ or /dr?m?bu?i/) is a honey- and herb-flavoured golden liqueur made from aged malt whisky, heather honey and a secret blend of herbs and spices. The flavour suggests saffron, honey, anise, nutmeg and herbs.

It is produced in Broxburn, West Lothian, Scotland, and can be served "neat" (at room temperature with no ice), on the rocks, or used as an ingredient in a mixed drink, such as the rusty nail cocktail. The alcohol by volume of Drambuie liqueur is 40% (80 proof).

The name "Drambuie" comes from the Scottish Gaelic phrase an dram buidheach, meaning "the drink that satisfies", or possibly an dram buidhe meaning "the yellow drink".

Jam Session 7/17/2011)
On the floor again! (7/17/2011) Jam Session

Nancy and Paul sneak off again at the Jam Sesion (7/17/2011)

Santa Ana dancing
Dancing on a rainy day (3/20/2011) at Santa Ana

Seniors Prom
Seniors Prom (11/7/2010)

At The Keen Dance Party 10/1/2011

We went dancing at the Keen Estate
Down in the desert the palsm and Nancy wave in the breeze

We went dancing at the Keen Estate
She lights up our life

NAncy and Vince at the 2011 Seniors Prom
At the seniors prom

Queen Mary 7/4/2010

Nancy learned this trick from a snake! Un-hinge your jaws

At the Novemner 2012 Jam Session


Not so serious!