Saw this somewhere, it may have been at a restaurant. Found it to be a comical.. Hope it doesn't offend anyone.
This and the next few photo's from the Fall Creek Steak and Catfish Restaurant in Branson
What are these three "hunks" looking at. Oh the "hunks" are Terry, Bob and Lance. You can try and guess who's who's.
Its lake Tanneycomo
On the road home
Few raindrops on the window, but it's another mural.
All throughout the west and south we saw man old trucks rusting away
Even used as a sign for this RV Park
We enjoy all the road memorabilia we come across.
Big bird, but he's not yellow.
I'm feeling deserted
The stories I could tell
Check out the size of these silos, see the tractor trailer.
Good thing we called ahead
You think your having a bad day!
This site must be at least 100 feet long
Just passed thru the tip of Tennessee
Then into Mississippi
We've seem several of these large crosses through out the south
Big chicken at a Bar B Q
A big watermelon
Forest County Fairgrounds Hattiesburg MS About 100 sites only 6 being used, FHU $20. night, self register. Most sites un level
Large nursery in Alabama
USS Alabama in Mobil Bay
Not sure of the location of all the photo's. But its driving along, and a quick point and shot. Just wish the camera would stay on. Many times Linda misses what we think would be a good photo just waiting for the camera to come on and focus. This photo is in Mobile Bay I think this guy is overloaded They are some kind of crab traps
Mobil Bay is really huge
Home state just about 450 + miles from here
Following Lance and Andrea
National Guard heading home
One of many, many small convoys of utility trucks heading home or perhaps somewhere else
More road art
Our site at Tallahassee RV Park. FHU pullthrus, $50. a night, 10% Good Sam discount. Location, location, I guess. A little expensive for a one night stop.. Last stop before home. We also traveled farther then we liked and it was getting late.
Check out the pretty sky
Work is just beginning
This is were our dock used to be. There were 3 pilings.
Our car port took the worst hit. Lucky the car was ok, but the cover was torn a bit.
Happy, happy, "home at last, home at last", from the song by Steely Dan.
"Home at last home at last". The biggest plus, we were safe. Thanks for following along. I'll back track and pick up our trip in the state of Washington, before we were so rudely interrupted by hurricane Irma.