Continuing with yesterday's theme of old
|The door is wide open, just beckoning.|
|This looks like a miniature Tastee Freeze. Seriously.|
There is a sliding window to exchange money/food and a
fluorescent light overhead.
|Not all is old and falling down around these parts.|
There are plenty of estates along the river.
These last two are of a cute little house just off Route 14 on the road leading into the Court House (Church Street). I've shown pictures of this one before, but I felt the urge to take a few more shots because recently someone has cleared all the brush away. As usual I am worried someone will tear it down. So, here are a few more shots of the tiny little house.
|Warning: Taking photos while driving will |
produce imperfect, lopsided results.
After work today I have to do a wee bit of traveling for work, so there likely won't be another blog post for a few days.
(Please keep your applause down to a dull roar. Thank you.)
If you're really bored, click here for a post that dates back to the very first month this blog was created, March 2008. I was asked to share six unimportant things, habits or quirks.
I focused on six general things about my life, some of which are actually important (like the snippets about my great-grandfather and my mother) as opposed to the habits or quirks, which would take fourteen days to compile. Only #s 4 and 6 are what I would deem unimportant. I don't follow directions well. Also, it's up for debate whether being related to Wayne Newton is important, unimportant, or a quirk. You can decide.
If you would like to play the game, feel free to leave a comment describing six unimportant/important things, habits or quirks about yourself. I will thoroughly enjoy reading them from the comfort of my hotel room in The Big City, assuming I can figure out how to hook up the internet and assuming I've not exploded from overindulging in Thai and/or Vietnamese food.
In any case, have a great rest of the week.