Tuesday, April 22, 2008

CENLA from my Cell Phone Camera

It's been WAY too long since I've posted, so to get back in the groove of things, here are some pictures from my cell phone camera, taken over the past few weeks/months. Hope you enjoy!


Believe it or not, that's a helicopter in the parking lot of the King's Country Shopping Center. I was driving back to my office and saw this odd sight! I found out it belongs to the company that's doing the demolition the old Walmart. They're based out of Dallas and he needed some info so just flew on over. He first flew into the Buhlow airport but the courtesy car wasn't available so he decided to just land in the parking lot! I guess that's what *I* would do if I flew my helicopter to the local airport and the courtesy car wasn't available! :) Cool!


This is a cross made of flowers. Each year Grace Christian School has a fundraiser called "Jogathon" - a day of fun and games and the students raise money by getting sponsors to pay them for the number of laps around the baseball field they're able to do in a certain amount of time. The students also bring flowers to decorate a cross that is placed in a prominent location for all to see. I thought it was beautiful! (BTW, Grace Christian School is where I lead chapel every Thursday morning for the elementary students. One of the highlights of my week!)


I saw this tricycle the other day in the McDonald's parking lot. Pretty sharp vehicle, if you ask me! I'm not sure what kind it is - it's got a steering wheel instead of handle bars. I think it might be a Stallion trike from Thoroughbred Motorsports. Haven't ever seen one of those in person before. Looks like a comfortable ride. (Of course, with a price tag over $30,000, it should be!)


Last one, I promise! This SUV was parked in the Sleep Inn parking lot. Not sure why "Action News 5" from Memphis would be in Pineville, but it was cool to see them here!

OK, that's enough for now. I've got a few more interesting pics in my cell phone camera but I'll save them for another day. I hope you enjoyed these. Have a GREAT week!