San Pellegrino, Limonata

For many years, I’ve enjoyed San Pellgrino sparkling water. Every once in a while, I indulge in a “limonita” as they call it. There’s tons of lemon flavor in it as you can see indicated on the can in the photo:

San Pellegrino, Limonata.

San Pellegrino, Limonata.

It also serves well as a mixer for some favorite drinks, putting that extra punch into the beverages. Best served very cold, in my humble opinion. Enjoy all the flavors you can find!

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Wine Station

Walking through the Miami International Airport, I passed by this clever device, appropriately labeled “WINE STATION.”

Wine Station vino dispenser.

Wine Station vino dispenser.

These machines have been around for a long time, serving restaurants and bars by providing a convenient way to dispense wine by the glass while keeping what remains in the bottle fresh. Clever idea, one I think would be very helpful for home use. Hmmmm…..

Making a Music Video in Aruba

An interesting opportunity came up, one to make a music video for Stone Temple Pilots who now have Chester Bennington (of Linkin Park) doing the front-man work. Their song, “Black Heart” was in need of a video. So, I put together a small crew of talented people and voila! Here’s the link for a look at the video:

“Johnny Black Heart” music video

We filmed the entire thing in San Nicolaas, Aruba, Dutch Caribbean. At times conditions were very challenging, but all’s well that end’s well. Has a nice, gritty look to it, that I thought fit the song. Hope you like it.

Will vi?

Early this morning, I exited the gym (after a good workout) and noticed this unusual auto parked in the lot.

Will vi as seen in Aruba.

Will vi as seen in Aruba.

Odd looking ride with the name, “Will vi.” Here’s a look at the name badge for confirmation:

Will vi name badge.

Will vi name badge.

On closer inspection, I see the correct name is WiLL Vi. It’s a right hand drive vehicle produced by Toyota as part of some marketing endeavors they tried back in the early 2000′s. Here’s one more look.

The WiLL Vi profile.
The WiLL Vi profile.

The WiLL Vi profile.

Dig that rear window style, eh? Anyway, keep your eyes open, you’ll be surprised the things you see out there. I just wonder how this car ended up in Aruba?

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