If I saw that bottle, empty lying beside the tracks I would have to think it had been there for 90 years. Good call resurrecting that glass BT. I always enjoy seeing the old bottles in that style at the Getz.
Bobby,
when I first read your thread, all this talk of trains made me read your post in time with Johnny Cash' "Folsom Prison Blues":


If I saw that bottle,
Empty beside the tracks
I would have to think it had been there for
90 years.
Good call resurrecting that glass of BT.
And I still see those old bottles in that style at the Getz.


Hey, it coulda happened that way. It has that lonesome, wistful quality of a good country song, except for the last line which could use some help. Still, though, songwriters usually have to craft their verbage to get it just right, but you just riffed it off Kerouac-style.

Roger - slugged a shot in Reno, I think it was a rye - Hodges