We were asked to come down to take some shots of pizza for a new website for “Thick & Thin Pizza” in Clarks Summit. They would be making a variety of pizzas for an event at the Abington Park, just a mile away, so even though we had a photobooth booked for that night in Hazelton, that’s the day we decided to go.
Now, you know as well as I do, when you absolutely have to be somewhere or do something is when something decides to go wrong. We had the photobooth packed up in the car, along with all the gear to shoot this job, and we set out on our way. We no sooner got about 4 miles down the road and the Jeep shut off. Luckily, we were only a couple hundred yards from Ed’s house, and it was mostly downhill, so he gave us a big push and down we rolled to his house to check the problem. Turns out the battery was dead, due to a bad alternator. We had my daughter run a battery over to us. Good thing there are spares at my house!
We set up our equipment in the kitchen. Talk about smelling delicious! One after the other, I don’t know which one was the best! We did get a tomato with steak and cheese on it to go, for our ride to Hazelton, and it was amazing!
If you happen to be in the Clarks Summit area, give them a call and order some dinner!
As for the Jeep, new alternator and she’s as good as new!