|I stopped at this street sign...just to get my bearings. Rod Serling was reading his map too.|
I borrowed his map.
|A few thorns here and there.|
Should have borrowed the mule
We slept in today, thinking I was going to get up and mow the yard, well that didn't happen. A friend of mine told me where he thought there were some of those old wooden oil derricks. Wild horses couldn't stop me from hitting the road. I didn't find those oil derricks (Jimmy?!). We did however, run across several hundred acres of these beauties.
|I feel there is a hidden message in this sign arrangement|
|We are West bound towards Palo Pinto Country|
|Prickly Pear along the way..|
|My Back Door|
Regular or Ethyl
|Texaco service station maybe|
|Back door at Jack's place.|
|Maybe a Phillips 66 |
Notice in the front awning there are to white spots above a single white spot.
They are part of the old wiring technique or standard called 'knob and tube'.
In the 1970s, We rewired houses and businesses that had this type of wiring as a side job to pay for photo equipment .