Along MO Rt 66
From a weekend trip to Down East Maine:
Near Cherryfield Maine, blueberry capitol of the world
In a front yard Indian River, ME
San Diego Desert...
Somewhere in PA...
Considering I live in Rolla, I've decided to do more business here. The guy behind the counter says they're the oldest continually operating business on Route 66, but I'm sure a lot of businesses say that. :ha
Where else can you buy fireworks, corn cob pipes, novelty tshirts and snacks? (Besides WalMart.. :bluduh)
Speaking of Rolla, check [URL="http://www.thelope.com/2007/06/rolla-mo-stonehenge-and-hillbillies-on.html"]this[/URL] out.
Griggsville, IL. (I think), Purple Martin Capitol of the Nation.
[QUOTE=womanridge;623024]Griggsville, IL. (I think), Purple Martin Capitol of the Nation.[/QUOTE]
It's an addiction for some people. There is/(was?) a guy in Springfield, MO with a similar setup.
Apparently, the birds don't like anything else near their little houses, so ours has sat vacant for years since a tree grew up next to it. A squirrel has recently been squatting there, though..
[B]If I saw it and the camera didn't, I knew it was time for a break.[/B]
Illinois - I forget the name of the town.
[B]Rawlins, Wyoming. This would have been a good car to take my driver's test with, 48 years ago. The three point turn would have been a piece of cake.[/B]
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South of Torrey, UT
Steel Trolley Diner