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Discussion in 'Photos' started by nanohiccup, Jul 5, 2010.
This is some seriously tacky but clearly expensive front yard stuff. The stallion is glossy black, and the fountain spews water from numerous orifices. The concrete menagerie continues to the right of the photo.
Nouveau riche mansion in Caledon Ontario
Cool little motorcycle accessory shop in Jefferson, TX...
Not so special but here is one little moose from Finland!
Near Matanuska glacier, Alaska
Possibly not an Oddball - just a slateball
Entrance to slate mine at Honister Pass,
as is this little train
A similar set of mineral wagons from Greenside Mine at Glenridding
Exercising the right to arm bears....
Shoe tree on Kenneway Rd, Haliburton Highlands, ON
Maryhill, Washington, on the Columbia River (http://columbiariverimages.com/Regions/Places/stonehenge.html)
in the middle of the Australian outback, a Japanese tourist riding a Postie (Honda CT90)
and on the same road, a cyclist
Lots of walking /pushing through the sandy sections for both.
All this on a 1,180km stretch of dirt road with nothing but a few Aboriginal missions on it (I was very happy to have my KTM 990 with long range fuel tank!)
Studebaker on a pole. Waverly, TN
Does this count ?
The Pyramids just outside Cairo with my little 150 scooter before an 8 day, 2,400 km scooter ride around Egypt !
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Warren, NH has its own Redstone Missle:
mailbox just out of hungerford, queensland.
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Six Flagpoles over Wann, America:
In the late 70's, a local radio personality in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, had a regular morning routine where he made up many features and attractions supposedly in Washington County, Oklahoma, and surrounding areas. These included Hogshooter International Airport. Hogshooter is a small unincorporated community of maybe a dozen people. There was also Southern Washington County Domed Stadium (as if there were more than one domed stadium in Washington County). There was the Boomer Schooner which plied the waters of the mighty Caney River. I floated a rubber raft down the Caney once and it grounded quite a few times. And in order to compete with Six Flags Over Texas, there was the famous Six Flagpoles Over Wann, America. Six Flagpoles was mentioned on the air so much, that the residents of Wann actually put up six flagpoles in downtown Wann. Even though it has been over 20 years since the radio personality left town, the six flagpoles and sign are still there.