And of course, I couldn't resist one more sign for my files.
I will relate one interesting occurance in Elk City. Apparently they've adopted the unisex restroom policy because when I stopped at a local gas station to use the necessary there was a man in the Ladies and he wasn't cleaning.
Stay tuned for further adventures.
FYI - This post takes us to August 25.
My first stop after leaving Indianapolis, Indiana the auspicious day of August 23, 2013 was the home of our family friend and adopted aunt, Lea. She resides in the town of Eufala, Oklahoma so named for the lake that attracts all sorts of tourists and sportsmen and is well known for the excellent fishing. It was here I began to collect signage photos for later reference. Sadly I was unable to obtain any ice cream at this Tastee Freeze establishment.
I continued on across this fair land en route to Albuquerque and spent considerable time in Elk City, Oklahoma home of the Route 66 Museum. Homage to my dead cat, Myrtle and Phillips 66 gasoline was paid per above.
Above are just two of the many antiquities that caught my eye at this well laid out and surprising museum.
I'm just an artist trying to survive and still be creative. In fact I would say it takes a lot of creativity to survive. That's what some would say makes life interesting. I enjoy sharing what I've learned with others as well as just simply commisserating. I look forward to hearing about other's real life art.