Sometimes on our trips, Sweetums and I end up with photos that don’t require a full story or even an explanation. Sometimes there is no explanation.
I rounded up a few that don’t really fit into a category. Hope you enjoy them!
Marble Alabama welcome sign placed on Alabama 411 in 1942 at the Georgia state line into Cherokee County, AL.
The sign for the Wigwam Village in Cave City, KY, one of three that survive.
Message over a historic building on the campus of Berry College in Rome, GA
A pub in Elizabethtown, KY
Fake Vulcan statue in the Woodlawn community of Birmingham, AL
Old 7Up sign in Jasper, AL
Headless roadside knight near Cave City, KY
Plaque at the site where Abraham Lincoln’s father and stepmother were married in 1819, Elizabethtown, KY
Another Lincoln marker in Elizabethtown
The 30-foot-tall golden statue of David in Louisville, KY (which I’ve shared before but never tire of)
A button for Double-Cola in the street in Rome, GA
A rusting sign at a drug store in Attalla, AL
An outhouse in rural Calhoun County, AL
An old theater dubbed the Country Music Opera House in Attalla, AL
Statue of the Capitoline Wolf in Rome, GA, a gift from the city of Rome, Italy. So weird because Romulus and Remus are at its teets.
OK, so you know I’m no Bama fan but that’s what makes this weird. Well, one of the things that makes it weird.
Steps where soldiers mounted horses located on the campus of Western Kentucky University.
The Cherry Sundial on the campus of Western Kentucky University.
Welcome to Tupelo, MS, the first city to have power from the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1930s.
The Whiskey Bottle Tombstone in Clayton City Cemetery in Clayton, AL. Legend says the wife of William Mullen threatened to embarrass him into the hereafter if he didn’t stop drinking. He didn’t and she did, by erecting a headstone in the shape of a whiskey bottle.
Wishes 5 cents. Not a bad deal in today’s economy. Somewhere in Calhoun County, AL.
No idea why the figure of a person is flying from this sign near Warrior, AL. But why not?