Friday, July 18, 2008

Spider in Georgia

Look Close

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First Coast big sign finished

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Turning Heads Salon

About 18 feet long
Gainesville, Florida

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First Coast MD big sign...

This sign is 20 feet long and weighs about 300 pounds. I had to rent a scissor lift to lift it way up there. This is for First Coast MD in Jacksonville Florida. Created by AllTech Solutions LLC.

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First Coast MD

First Coast MD in Jacksonville, Florida.

(Yes I am wearing Crocs while on a ladder during a thunderstorm)

Fashion Exchange of Gainesville sign 2...

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Fashion Exchange of Gainesville sign...

As you know I make and install signs. I have decided to put some of them online here.

This one was for Fashion Exchange Consignment Shop in Gainesville, Florida.

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Monday, July 14, 2008

Plan for Egypt

My plan for Egypt is:
Probably 3 days total.

1. Arrive in Cairo early Sat. morning
Fly to Hurghada(place to dive) early Saturday morning
Dive all day Saturday
Sleep in Hurghada
2. Fly to Luxor early Sunday morning
Travel to the Valley of the Kings Sunday
Fly back to Cairo late Sunday night
3. Travel to Giza and see the Sphinx and the Pyramids at Giza and the Nile
Monday afternoon fly from Cairo to Madrid

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

My Bucket List tattoo

Its the first of my bucket list theme.
a) Dive flag

Friday, July 11, 2008

Trip to Georgia pictures...

I was with my family in Georgia for a week. Here are some of the pictures that I took.
Mosquito on a flower; Shot by Kevin Kopas with a Nikon D80

Mosquito on a Flower

Flower; Shot by Kevin Kopas with a Nikon D80

Orange Star Flower

Pea Pods; Shot by Kevin Kopas with a Nikon D80

Seed Pods

Pink Flower; Shot by Kevin Kopas with a Nikon D80

Red Flower

White Flower; Shot by Kevin Kopas with a Nikon D80

Pink Flower

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Update on plans

So I have done the research and diving the Red Sea (see bucket list entry) is going to cost about 600 Euros. Convert that to dollars by multiplying it by 1.6 and you get $960. So yes its expensive but how cool is it going to be. So that is the one thing that I will be doing when I am over there.