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.
No, but I’ve been in that house and that missile is over 25 foot long. Reaches clear down to the cellar. Happenned back in WW2. People were afraid it might explode if you messed with it so they just leave it alone.
why not let experts remove it rather than wait for it explode anytime?
Gosh, I was scared for a second! It’s like the fake baseball on the windshield thingy. Warped. ;-)
ROFL. It looks like you caught a time warp there, Matt! Right into WWII!
That is your fireworks arrival celebration … get a move on it before it fizzzles out
Wow that’s amazing! Too bad the explosion shot hasn’t been uploaded :) You gotta wonder about the conversation at home…
Husband: Honey, I’d like to attach a bombshell to the roof
Wife: Oh, okay; I was wondering we are the last ones on the block to get one. Can you have it by Saturday?
LOL !!! Too funny! I like who ever did that. Great sense of humor there.
I thought it exploded because a bunch of people came running out to greet Matt, like that show Extreme Makeover: Home edition. *L* Then I saw the bomb, duh!
When I went to Gettysburg I saw all sorts of supposed damage left over from the civil war on homes in the area. Of course the unexploded bombs didn’t look like this but it was an odd thing. It was supposed to be a novelty to have your own imbedded cannon ball or bullet damage or whatever…
That is so F-ING rich!
Wow, love it, Matt would notice that!
That IS quite awesome! :)
LOL!!! Cold War Sculpture?!
Thats the Mc Gruber house…
15 seconds Mcgruber…
It took me a minute to see what you were talking about. LOL Great!
What is the real story behind the missle?