Then I find out that this is his place over that dudes shoulder.
I think they could use a tree.
Yea - John Heidke lives in Paradise Valley and that is John Mayer (and friend). His grandparents owned Heidke's Sweet Shop and the Columbia Inn now the Capri. He sent a few photos. Notice this red help can hold 2,550 gallons of red stuff. Looks like a big red bug.
ANYWAY - he had a quick comment on The Red stuff in an email and how they love it. I did not know that the planes and helo's will dump extra unused Red Stuff on farmers fields when they return to the airbase.
A view from his place - Thanks John
So I was thinking about strangers and where they come from and looked on my Melotte Photo Imagery Facebook page to see where my "fans" were located. I've been doing some experimental promotions lately and I noticed yesterday I had two fans from Benin.
Benin? First of all I have to apologize because I don't have a clue where Benin is. Cotonou, Benin to be exact. I'll give you a clue. Benin is RIGHT NEXT TO Burkina Faso. Yea - feeling kind of foolish now aren't you. And to be freakier, Cotonou translates to "by the river of death". SWEET!!
BUT WAIT - then this morning I see I have a NEW fan from Parakou, Benin. I have a Benin connection! Parakou is translated to "the city of everyone". Which one do you want to live in?
Here is a photo of main street Parakou.
I see a dish (and a goat).
OH seems I won a Microsoft Lottery and can claim my £750,000GBP at anytime. All they need is some more information. Life is good.
Last evening I attending a huge Columbus Event. The ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Columbus road that reach's out towards Enerpac in THE GATEWAY (insert echo effect).
BTW - I am pro Enerpac.
I shook hands with many Republicans (even shook Fitzgerald's hands) and said high to the Chief of Police. I felt right at home with all the people that hate me. However the Mayor was there and he likes me which is what really counts.
Here is the Mayor holding up the BIG CHECK that helped construction costs.The big check was for $500,000 or something. I wish small checks were big also.
In Columbus whenever there is a new road Action Tire Repair - Have your work done here…and you’ll never go anywhere else again, donated hundreds of Champagne bottles and handed them out for the ceremony. Then all in unison everyone will "christen" (also called smashing) the bottles on the new blacktop and laugh and sing as they watch the children of the village ride their bikes through the carnage.
When asked about the ceremony, Dan Druff owner of Action Tire Repair said "oh, it's like Christmas, we make and entire year profits with every new road".
I can't wait to become a member of the CDA. Great things will happen in Columbus.
Time to get to work and put my indoor jacket on. I'm freezing.