Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Down to JKT's for an overnight on way to Atlanta
J.K. Terry and I met when he called me up about an old Land Rover I owned. I had advertised in Hemmings to sell a used Diesel engine out of my old 67 109 I had replaced with a new one. JK, "John Kelvin", (just Kelvin mostly), spied my ad and noticed as he would that it was an Alabama number. So he calls me up, we talk, and twenty something years later were still close friends. Kelvin has a lot to say when he's not busy making excuses to his wife why he must go to Tanzania sooner than later, or working at his Landscape Architecture Business, "J.K.Terry and Company", located in Birmingham Alabama. I took a few shots of his office building, also the home of Red Mountain Rovers. More on Red Mountain Rovers, (used Land Rover Dealer) Later! Had a great meal off the grill, good conversation and awesome entertainment by the Freestyle Dance to the Music Dancers, (the Terry gals) famous in Homewood for their extraordinary dance interpretation of Pat Metheney Music. JK's wonderful wife Vivian keeps it all under control for the most part. Anyway again, thanks for a fine evening. Kelvin is working on the launch of his own Blog, Ill keep you informed. AP
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- Just Another Savage!
- I’m a Southern Boy, just 56 last November, I get around here and there, Central America, Africa, Red Bay. I’m a Father, Grandfather, Husband, Artist and general flunky of sorts. Live in a little historic town in an old building I remodeled. Just wanted to hear myself think I guess, talk about the need of simplification, show some art, express an interest or two, brag on my dogs and see where it goes. That’s it!, That’s the deal, Thanks