Brandy Day270: Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy

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Originally brewed by a German born Mexican, Wilhelm Hasse in 1897. The brand name was Siglo XX (20th Century) to commemorate the arrival of the new century, and the bottles were marked with the Roman numeral for 20 (XX) thus ‘Does Equis’ which is Spanish for ‘two x’s’. (Wikipedia)
This photo is for a dear friend of mine who totally took care of me this evening for the Chris Young & Dierks Bentley show, which also happened to be the last show of the ‘Summer Concert Series.’
What an amazing night. Thank you Brett Glaze for ensuring that it would rock. It didn’t stop at Klipsch either. Cheese curds, pickles, pool, more beer, a little two step, cowboy hat, heartbeats & memories.
Stay thirsty my friends :-)!!

Brandy Day223: Impromptu Monday Buffalo Shenanigans

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In light of recent conversation with someone about where my love of trains came from, I decided to head back north where it all started.
I was born in Ft Wayne, Indiana and lived in a small town until I was 10. Ossian, had a stop light, a bar, a gas station & a bakery.  Heyerly’s Bakery. As kids we would walk down to the bakery and eat the free donut holes they would set out. The simplicity of being a child.
I called my cousin Chad and met up with him and two of his munchkins for some Mexican dinner. From there we went to two different bridges, the second was a trestle. We stood there just long enough to catch a train!!
Had a great evening of mindless fun and laughter that was long over due!!

Brandy Day125: Most Interesting

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Happy Cinco De Mayo!! Had a great day! Spent some time shooting at Monarch Warehouse, meeting people and chatting. Nick happily tagged along. After we finished up there, we headed to Chuys, a new Mexican restaurant in Hamilton Town.
I love shooting, socializing, networking and meeting new people. Its what I do. Thank you Brett Glaze for the opportunity today, and being so great and helpful!
Tacos Without Boarders, amazing, for the record!