What's the most interesting thing you see between your house and the store?
One of the houses that I pass has a statue of St. Francis in the yard. Someone has wrapped a large plastic(?) boa constrictor around him and it looks as if it is about to devour him.
Someone really fun or crazy must live there.
There's nothing interesting between our house and the three nearby grocery stores. Just some strip malls, some pizza places, a catholic school and church, several business malls, our second-most accident-prone intersection and a fire station. Closest thing to a novelty is the property that still hasn't been repaired since a couple of F3 tornadoes blew through here a few years ago. It's what's left of a yellow-brick ranch-style house that looks like a howitzer took it out.
I saw two turkeys take flight from the side of the road and fly over my car. That was rare.
I once saw a group of vultures dining along the side of a highway entrance. That was cool.
I was watching the highway outside my work and saw Betty Fords funeral caravan go by.
I've watched Air Force One take off near my house a couple of times. I wasn't in my car....
I have to start paying more attention to what the idiots around me are doing. Present company excluded of course. I don't care what you are doing.
Someone down below me on the mountain has a bear. It is in a fenced pen, but I bet it could get out if it wanted to. The food must be good there.
I wonder what they feed it. Do a lot of children go missing on that mountain?
Tonight there was a 4 prong buck running across the street so close to me I could hear the clip clop of its hoofs as it ran in front of my car. As I watched it leap onto the sidewalk I glanced in the rear view and saw its buddy cross behind me!
I was seconds away from venison and a totaled Camry.
If you want venison, I understand you can use a shotgun instead of a Camry.
Hahahahaha! "prolly cheaper in the long run!
Today I saw a police car in a ditch.
Cop was probably texting......
Sure it wasn't a gutter?
It was an inverted hill.
With mud in it.
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