Monday, August 9, 2010

American Beauty



If you can get past the personalities of the US Border Patrol you will discover American Beauty. My 3 years of going to Utah State University not only had me in luv with the people and scenery but I also acquired a taste for American Whiskey- bourbon from Kentucky to be exact. It is a bourbon wasteland up here north of 49 so I was excited when one of my former students Christine Duncan who works for the Liquor Store emailed me to tell me about Corner Creek in Ontario. A bourbon rated as a premium with tastes of get this smoke,clay, limestone, vanilla and caramel. It is packaged in a wine bottle with a cork which is strange for a bourbon. I'm a working potter so I have to wait till after work to give ya my review. Today I'll be whistling while I work. Maybe tonight we should have southern BBQ.
Don't those single flowers look beauty in Sheila's bud vases. When she puts flowers in them they sell. Whodda thunk it???

2 comments:

Dan Finnegan said...

I've always thought of bourbon as a young man's drink...now that I no longer fit that category I prefer scotch..the smokier the better!
I really enjoy your writing, Tony. Maybe that bourbon is keeping you young!

smokieclennell said...

thanx Dan give a good bourbon a try not the bar swill tc