Wish I could ride shotgun. Real music.
BTW, I've never seen footage of Big Joe before, so this is a real treat.
I'd be happy to have you...though I don't know where I'd throw my coffee cups.You just want his hat.
I was supposed to be in America Oklahoma with my artist pen-pal in '97, but things didn't work out. Now I just enjoy Erik's blog and some film makers. Maybe in another life. Where are you going and why? I must have missed a post somewhere, forgive me.
I'm at a Casino on the Mississippi River across from Arkansas...selling cans of tomatoes. Ha!I'm a food broker. I sell food...a lot of Chicken Wings and Red Hots up here. This used to be a regular part of my job and a regular part of the blogs...I traveled across Mississippi and Louisiana most weeks. Lately I've been stuck in Jackson.I should dig up the old Delta posts...it was on a trip up here that I tried to use mobile blogging and the whole thing went pear shaped. I've never been to Oklahoma either.
Digging up might be a good idea, it might clarify a few things for me. What are "Red Hots"? Something to do with Tobasco? I do like spicy chicken wings though, hehe.Make sure you push for sugar with those cans of tomatoes. Much improves flavour.
Akahol works pretty good too. Sugar is underrated for its seasoning prowess. Red hots or Hot Links are like hotdogs but they've got a lot of garlic and hot pepper in them...they're red and they're cheap. They're also pretty good if you burn em just right. I'll see what I can drag up.
And yet again, I've forgotten to click on the repy link, soz.
Happy trails, Erik. Look forward to stories and pictures.
Might get some good snaps but it's been casinos and real restaurants. No Jukes or groceries this trip. Very calm...but there was fried tomatoes and bread pudding.
If your trip is as good as this soundtrack it'll be a humdinger. Great Big Joe footage.
This particular trip was much quieter than usual. My last call was in a frozen yogurt shop for the love of cornbread.