There it was, a lonely ice cube sitting on top of the bar at Hogs and Heifers. I had to take a picture of this cold and slippery thing. Never had an ice cube gone on a journey like this...
Just moments before, I witnessed one of the bartenders bury this piece of ice in her crotch. Way beneath her daisy dukes, and I'm assuming below any underwear if she had them on. You'll have to ask the mystery bartender if she was wearing any that day. After working it around for a bit, she threw the ice at a guest ordering a mixed drink. He loved it so much he put it in his mouth!
Well fuck it then, I guess it's that kind a party. There was something I'd never seen before.
"You're a nasty mother fucker" the bartender said after watching what just happened.
"I love you!" she yelled moments later!
Fuck yeah to all of this! It's rad and topped my list for weird shit I saw at the 2017 Laughlin River Run. There are some crazier stories I could tell about the rally, but something about that ice cube made my day. Thank you Hogs & Heifers Saloon for making that moment possible for me. The dive bar tales my camera and I can share grows!
What else happened on Friday at Rally on the River?
Fuck you, I drink at Hogs!
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My name is Cameron Smith, welcome to my studio. I specialize in portrait photography, event coverage, and some say I have a thing for dive bars and cocktails.. Based in Atlanta with frequent trips to Las Vegas and Portland Oregon, I love to travel. Design and writing skills are some of the extra services I can bust out with my camera. From blogs to photo books, and below average art that consists mostly of ink drawings, I'm considered by my Mom to be an artist - whatever my Mom says goes! I'm also lucky enough to be the in-house photographer with Hogs & Heifers Saloon in Las Vegas, I've taken pictures of some wild shit! When not taking pictures of said crazy things, or planning a wedding celebration on my future ranch, you can find me in my garden with my wife and pets.
Living the green life in East Atlanta for now with big farm dreams on the horizon!