I like to drive through little towns, the smaller the better. Usually something can be found to take a picture of and Roxie didn't disappoint. I doubt a 100 people call Roxie home. Cecil's was the highlight. I like how one door says "Open" while the other "Closed". Notice the two comfortable chairs. Just sit out front and visit, I bet that is all that Cecil really does. He probably never sells anything as the highway bypasses Roxie and one has to make a point of going there. Cecil probably doesn't care either.
Around the side.
I wonder how they make a living when nobody ever passes, exept you of course. It looks like he has collected a lot of stuff anyway.
It must be a gem for an americana collector. I like these travel postings of you. Just beside the normal way.
intruiging; I guess the smaller the towns are the quicker you make it to the next one?
my kinda place. quiet, junky but full of character.
you're making good time across country!
"Cecil" is a superb photo!
I like your picture of the back as it shows in more detail what it there. These people have to be a little odd to have something grow like this. Now there's nothing wrong with oddballs!
That would be a fun place to browse. I'll bet there are plenty of unintentional antiques, stuff that's just been on the shelves for the past 30-40 years.
I like all of the old signs. Looks like my kind of store.
I so love a place like this and love photos of places like this. It is a wonderful subject.
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