Day 126

I appreciate the attempt at innovation

July 31st, 2010

But the pun doesn't really hold together.


  1. Sarah says:

    Yeah the name doesn’t work for me, but it looks cheerful. Is this where you spent the night?

  2. Yeosaph Ferguson says:

    That roof looks so low that I at 6’2″ I would have to duck if I did drop in, so for me it works as well as the more common Dew Drop Inn. 2 for 2!

  3. Sarah says:

    I would like to suggest this link to the members of Hoboplanet who, like me, have unfulfilled wanderlust:
    It’s a great story!

  4. TJ says:

    Rockies in July … life doesn’t get any better!

  5. Gigi says:

    It must be hot here, the grass is dry.

    • J E F F says:

      If I recall is that not because most of the moisture is deposited on the western side of the mountains? so when it is dry it is even dryer.

  6. Maybe if it was called the Terr Duck Inn I would stay there.

  7. Karen Too says:

    My guess is that it’s a new take on the old “Dew Drop Inn.”

  8. Candice in Alabama says:

    Any cats in the rooms? It certainly looks well kept and the hanging flower baskets are gorgeous!

  9. Don in Tennessee says:

    This just quacks me up!

    I bet they give you a concrete yard art duck from Hawn’s as a souvenier for staying. Did you get duck miles on your VISA card for your stay?

    Waddle in and waddle out- That’s all folks!

  10. Tesla says:

    We have a Dew Drop In bar in a city next to mine, lol.

  11. Trevor says:

    apparently the glass has been half empty with the last day of pics, huh? Nothing but negative captions. Did you come across Debbie Downer somewhere lately? Haha…Cheer up Matt!

  12. Craig ( NC!) says:

    So many good Horror movies start out with a view just like this.

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