Who is going to the whitehouse who is going in the whitehouse?
The US RT 90 bridge at the Apalachicola River, the west side. Built when people still believed in beauty. “The original Victory Bridge, completed in 1922 at a cost of $1,000,000 USD,is no longer used, having been replaced in 1994-1996– Wikipedia
They really do worship the same man.
Good News Church Lillie M Rhodes, pastor. Somewhere in the panhandle of Florida
Mr. Aaron Hammond, Jacksonville, Florida.
Whenever I see an Australian Shepherd I think uh-oh. Had a slight run in with one in Riverview this morning. Me and my bicycle on the ground. Shepherd barking in my face. Tilly upside-down furiously wagging her tail, messaging submission. The Australian Shepherd is not a polite society dog. Should have taken the truck…
Larry’s Oyster Bar, 1981, west of Tallahassee on US 90.
Javelin Inn, Highbridge Road, Gadsden County. 1981. “Although small business have close relationships with their existing customers, finding new customers and reaching new markets is a major challenge for small business owners. Small businesses typically find themselves strapped for time to do marketing, as they have to run the day-to-day aspects of the business.”– Wikipedia
Pepsi plant in Jacksonville, 1979. What was entailed, dealing with the bottles?
In the summer heat, sorting, stacking. The job would never be finished until Nathaniel Wyeth came along.
In 1967, Wyeth pondered whether soda could be stored in plastic bottles. After experimenting with a plastic detergent bottle that proved incapable of withstanding the forces of pressurized liquids, he realized that a much stronger material would be required. He initially experimented with polypropylene, but ultimately settled on polyethylene terephthalate as the material and received the patent in 1973.–
This is boring. Be glad for the Pepsi job…