To: Contact at Silverladder -

Dear Sir or Madam,

I wasn't really sure who would get this. I took a trip out to Phoenix back in January. I like to travel all over the world.
In fact, I travel so much that the airline pilots have started to call me "World Travelling Steve Wilson"! Let me tell
you it was a lot warmer there in the winter than I where I live. I'm in Selden, NY (off Middle Country Rd, right next to
the Taco Bell). The reason I went to Phoenix was to compare the efficiency levels of the Phoenix light rail system against
the LIRR. So far, it's no comparison.

In my free time I took down all the other inefficiencies I could find in the city. At work we call them In-Fs. There were a
lot of them! I ended up getting a new notepad. I also visited my friend Travis. He works as a custom belt designer and
part time coffee host. He's one of those artistic types, a little weird but fine once you get to know him. He and his
wife Melopositron (that's really her name) took me out to see all the best places like the evil house that is no longer
evil, winter lawn and the giant bird billboard. It was great!

I recently came across your site. It's not efficient but I liked it. I noticed that you were in Phoenix! That's an amazing
coincidence! The reason I am writing you is that I am planning another trip out there in the next fifteen years. (The
efficiency comparison study ends on July 10th 2023.) The one thing I could not find were places to buy turquoise bolo ties.
I really wanted to buy some while I was out there. I really wanted one of those or a scorpion paper weight because I end
up with a lot of papers on my desk. You can get everything else in New York but there is nowhere to buy a silver and
turquoise bolo tie. In fact, we don't even have any kind of state tie!

Do you know of a good bolo tie outlet? If you grew up in Arizona would you know the history of the bolo tie? I remember
that I had to do reports on the state flowers and trees of New York when I was in fourth grade. I would really appreciate
the information.

Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

World Travelling Steve Wilson