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Our 25th Wedding anniversary....he looks pretty pleased with himself, don't you think?  .... Terry, April 28, 2010




This is one of my favorite pictures of Nick and Thomas. Thomas was pretty high, and Nick, well, he couldn't get much higher without knocking a few ceiling tiles loose! This was at the Froggy Bottom Pub, where we had dinner and dancing with Whitty Pear (a Morris team from England). I think it was taken around 1998 or so.

- L. Fullerton, Nov 4, 2008




Nick in Lewes, Delaware, with Terry cooking up one hellava meal in the kitchen,

Contributed by Mary Ellsworth and Bill Brown, Takoma Park, MD.



and playing some naughty song (you know that by the expressions, don't you!)



From the Takoma/Silver Spring Voice, November, 2007, by Wm L Brown @2007





When Shepherdstown Northwest toured with the Foggies, Big Nick was always happy to provide some heft to the band in his own inimitable style. Wherever he appeared, he always seemed delighted to be there. I am not sure who gets the photo credits on any of these shots, but they were on my computer and seemed like they should be included in this photo memoir. Below is a favorite of him in his Border Kit... obviously loving every minute of the fun! His enthusiasm and laughter was infective... and he was always happy to be part of any morris "gang-bang" ... wherever there was dance, music food and song involved.


Joanie Blanton, Shepherdstown Northwest Morris and Hicks with Sticks.






Here is Nick playing "music" on a giant kelp. Foggy Bottom was camping and loving life on Henry Island during our Pacific Northwest Tour in 2004. This was a special time for the team and – for me — a special moment hanging out with our wonderful Nick.

- Jud McIntire      



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