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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

The Other Side of the Road


From the Archives - Arkansas 2012

This is one of those things that I drove way too far in on a way not-so-good road to see and then once I was there I was thinking this was a dumb thing to come to see. 
 The guy was a Harley guy and he had hung Japanese motorcycles in his tree, 
making his personal statement of sorts.


But his neighbor across the road provided a nice scene to photograph at least which made the ordeal somewhat worthwhile.



9 comments:

  1. How dit he get those heavy motorcycles up there! Poor tree.

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  2. Hmmm, Seems like odd decorations. It would be interesting to know why he did it.. At least you traveled there on a beautiful day,

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  3. Still a tree growing motorcycles is a speciality. I always had a Honda from 50 tot 500 cc and never had a complaint. The only one was that the dutch weather is not typical motor friendly but that had nothing to do with the brand.

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  4. I think it was definitely worthwhile to get those photos. That barn is great!

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  5. laughing at the weirdo. :) but love the barn scene! there's a barn meme started up by amy b. - the barn collective. you should join in with this one.

    www.rosestreetreflections.blogspot.com/ (hope i remembered that right!)

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  6. Glad you made the drive in. I think my favorite shots are of the motorcycle tree. Unusual and quirky, to say the least!

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  7. Nice shots. There are many beautiful places in Arkansas.

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  8. A friend of mine had a note left on his motorbike. The note is now framed in his kitchen. It reads as follows:
    "Dear Sir, Would you please not leave your JAPANESE motor bicycle parked outside my residence. PS while writing this I have missed a programme on television which I particularly wanted to see."

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  9. I don't think it was so dumb. I search for things of interest on Google maps. When I get to the location I find that what ever I was looking for in no longer there. Now that's dumb.

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