More “retro” photos from the drive across the country. Clicking on each small photo produces a larger version. Each has a caption which is also easier to read with the enlarged photo versions. (If you can’t see it, click the “i” with a circle around it at the bottom right and/or scroll down).
I remember “Sinclairs” from my childhood. They’re still out there! I think this one was in Missouri, my home state.
To me, this doesn’t seem to be the best placement for a driving range–right next to the highway. I’ll bet the odd good player could make it over that high fence.
I believe this is national forest in Oklahoma. This was a beautiful drive up, up — and a very slow one for my little rig.
View at the top
Beautiful red sumac at the overlook
I just thought this was a neat-looking house. Somewhere in OK or TX
A closer view. It had XMas lights so I bet it was pretty at night, too.
Different types of power poles. (I guess this falls under the category of “It doesn’t take much to interest me”.)
Lake Livingston State Park. I visited/hiked here while I was waiting over the Tgiving holiday to finish my residency process.
Lake Livingston State Park moss
Ever since I lived in Florida, I’ve been intrigued by moss
Pretty, in its own way
Lots of pine trees whose needles fell and hung on lower trees and bushes. This was everywhere.
Some kind of vine all along these branches up very high. Don’t know if it was poison ivy or what
This looks familiar
If there’s a wildflower in the vicinity, it will be captured by my camera
Don’t forget to look up! I love clouds.
More hanging needles
A little bird observation building at the end of a boardwalk. Loved this.
Great signage inside
Cornell – always a great resource for birding
Dwarf Palmetto, I think. Correct me, if I’m wrong
Hurricane and insect impacts in the park
While I was hunting for the tax office, I saw this old type movie theater in downtown Livingston
I even spotted an big ol’ popcorn maker through one of the windows. (Mmm…I can smell it now). I would have loved going inside.