That's the idea, at least. I'm walking westward from New York City for nine months or so.
If everything goes according to plan, I'll be in Oregon when the clock runs out.
If nothing goes according to plan, maybe I'll end up in Peru or Mongolia or Pennsylvania.
You can read all about the details of my trip
if you're so inclined.
Pink! love following your trip
Do they have a blue one for the boys?
LOL . Really. Can’t discriminate now. Funny.
Hey Matt, is this the motel that the sign was pointing to?? You could use this as your shack for the night. Nice accommodations. Just love the pink there. Seriously though it is a really nice school shack to wait in for the bus.
Pink!! Must be some girls that live here… it sure is big… I’ve never seen one this big.
Gotta keep the kids dry with all of the rain. :)
There’s that pink again ;-)
Very Bermuda ish…No??
Looking at the tree behind, they had to build it big to match the tree. That tree looks huge!
Ain’t no boys in that shack, guaranteed.
My Idaho grandson and friends (all football jocks) wear pink a lot. They apparently think it’s a sign that they are so confident of their manhood that old cultural taboos do not apply.
Good for them, Belle Zora. We should break all stereotypes.
In Geogia theres a stop with 4 old full enclosure telephone booths side by side.
Mertyle Beach there’s one that’s redbrick walls, slate roof and french door.
Lousiana saw one that was wood boat cut in half and on end with bow skyward.
Darn kids got it easy. Why, when I was a kid we didn’t have sissy pink school bus shacks. We had to walk up 10 miles to school. Uphill. Both ways!
As much as I like pink, not sure I’d want that nearby. Are you sure that’s not primer – Like in the pink submarine in “Operation Petticoat”?
I think i remember seeing FLOYD at this place once!
Let’s try that again!
You think they could have painted that a brighter color that the kids can see! :)