|The Shoe Tree. Click on the pic for
a larger view of it.
That's right. Check out the picture. There must be three dozen or more pairs of shoes and boots tied all over this tree...out in the middle of nowhere. Why? I have no clue...but it looks kinda cool so I took a picture of it.
We were also reminded about the safety of driving slowly along these windy mountain roads. As we came around a corner, we were quickly met by highway patrol vehicles and flashing lights blocking the right lane.
|The upside down trailer. Prayers to
Looks like a red Dodge Durango had somehow lost control while pulling a nice trailer. You can't really see the Durango but the whole front windshield was smashed out. I wondered if the family had to be pulled out that way or if it had rolled like the trailer. Either way, both were pretty mashed up. No ambulances in sight so I'm guessing everyone was okay.
|The marketing worked on me :-(
and I bought one...<sucker>
Lastly, I'll mention the fun we had running around all the garage sales in the Hinterboonies. I didn't think there would be much substance at a garage sale in such an underpopulated area but I was quite surprised at the amount of...ahem...stuff these sales had.
We came across on garage sale that was selling items from 14 families. That's right. Fourteen families got together and threw all their "unwanteds" into one yard.
And that's where I found the one thing that I wanted to buy:
|Little Lily and my new toy...
A remote control JEEP! Yeehaw!