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Discussion in 'Photos' started by nanohiccup, Jul 5, 2010.
item of oddity, seen along the way. a giant steel dinosaur taking, a dump?
You put it back, right?
Roadside memorial at an intersection in rural Alabama. I’ve worked with the trades in the past. Counted 21 hard hats here. There were well worn , stickered up tradesmen hard hats. Whoever died here meant something to a number of people. I felt sad seeing it , it carried more weight to me than a random roadside cross.
Found this at a local station. No bike that day
Cool muffler men. Glad your able to get out and about
I am up to about 300ish in a day now without pain, so I am hoping to be back up to SS by summers end.
There's a spot in Tulsa with two crosses with hard hats and hi viz vests. A drunk driver got 'em. I'll get a pic of it next time I'm that way.
Erath County boasts the highest dairy production of any county in Texas, accounting for 27% of state's total milk production. In 2001, milk sales accounted for 79% of the county's total agricultural income.
You guys spelled Earth wrong........ (I'm gunna milk this one for all it's worth)
Not to be confused with the town of Earth, Texas
The Aeolian of Cap Chat, highway 132 on the Gaspe Peninsula. 360 feet tall. My K75S in the foreground, circa 1995, I think...
Little by little I see things from Gaspe and it moves up the bucket list.. I have a full week long eastern Canada trip in the draft phase.
Quite a story with those guys,
His antique and curiosity shop is closed because it's "nonessential" so he did this out front.
Since we are on the skeleton theme.... A Jerome Taxi
On a gravel road near Magnet, Indiana.
Where is Jerome Taxi located? It looks like it could use a cleaning before it's next fare.
Jerome, Arizona was an abandoned mining town that came back to life with tourism. It is located near Cottonwood/Clarksville AZ.