Jarrett-Gordon restores road-weary wagons to former glory with its cleaning and maintenance services within the eco-friendly walls of its green-renovated facility. Regardless of the car's make, model, or ability to perform Hollywood stunts, these motorcar magicians cast a luminous spell on filthy forerunners with an exterior hand wash and towel dry to leave them showroom ready ($12). During the standard oil change, old, worn-out engine filters and fluids are drained and replaced with a shiny new grit-sifter and fresh-faced Motorcraft synthetic-blend oil, straight from lubricant college and ready to take on the heat, dust, and emotional stressors of today's high-octane world ($15).
Though their flight school has racked up some impressive recognition—including the prestigious 2012 President's Award from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)—John Amundsen and his Tailwheels, Etc. team eschew pomp and circumstance in favor of fun. According to Jill W. Tallman of Flight Training magazine, you won't "see flight instructors in epaulets. In the summertime, everybody wears shorts and T-shirts—instructors and students alike." The crew hosts weekly cookouts to promote a welcoming, social atmosphere and has created a community room where budding aviators can learn from private pilots and former military and airline pilots.
As Tallman reported, Amundsen meant to retire in Florida after his aviation career but now finds himself happily running the family business. His son Jonathan has been flying since the age of 2 and heads up the aircraft-maintenance department with the help of his wife—flight instructor and mechanic Liz Amundsen. The couple restored their 1940 Stearman Kaydet so people could experience the thrill of flying an open-cockpit biplane. Their infant son Riley is currently training for an aviation career by plotting flight paths for the airplane mobile above his crib.
Tailwheels, Etc. is one of the first flight schools in the country to be accredited by the Flight School Association of North America (FSANA). The school specializes in an accelerated, two-week private pilot-training program that gets students into the air quickly and safely.
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Lasater Flowers & Gifts' green-thumbed gurus expertly amass kaleidoscopic festoons of brilliant blooms for occasions of all types, which earned it the distinction of East Polk Committee 100's 2009 Small Industry Award. Swap out flower-topped pen wreaths for the authentic florescence of light-pink roses, white asiatic lilies, and cushion spray chrysanthemums, found in the Arrive in Style bouquet ($39.95). Clusters of Sunny Sunflowers ($37.95) reincarnate the pleasant fragrance of the sun in the form of orange spray roses and yellow sunflowers and come shipped in a ball vase. The varied stash of plants can be given in observance of any affair and bestows recipients with a gift that keeps on growing, blossoming, and supporting the theory of photosynthesis.
Dexterous gift packers at "My Heartstring" craft personalized gift baskets that repose in galvanized or hammered tin pails, eagerly awaiting Father’s Day. Surprise culinary fathers with the Now That’s One Saucy Dad gift basket, filled with Stonewall Kitchen maple chipotle, roasted apple, pineapple ginger, and bourbon molasses sauces that are perfect for clothing naked meat dishes or putting finishing touches on Salvador Dalí forgeries. A silicone basting brush accompanies the saucy set, as do sausage and cheese snacks.
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