I Revved My Engine But He Just Sat There Like A Log

When I first passed this guy on the bench I thought, wow, what a beautiful view by that little fishin’ hole. But the deep recesses of my brain must’ve recognized that something wasn’t quite right with him as I zipped by.

Waaaaaaait… I thought and pulled a u-turn.

When I pulled the KTM up behind him, he didn’t bat an eyelash or crane his neck to see who was there. No, he just sat there like… a log.

A log! Get it? He IS a log! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! HA…HAHA…HA…whoooo 😉

Whoever put that little vignette together must get a kick out of it. When you don’t examine too closely it really looks like a person sitting there. Locals must think that guy sure loves to fish as they pass by day in day out.

Some friends have said that I have a knack for finding silly roadside things. But I swear, they’re everywhere! Maybe I’ve just got my antenna up for them all the time.


Rachael is the whimsical writer behind the 20+ year old Girlie Motorcycle Blog. As a freelance blogger, she is on a mission to inspire laughter, self-examination, curiosity, and human connection. Girlie Motorcycle Blog can be found on several Best Motorcycle Blog lists.

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4 Responses

  1. Katherine M says:

    Hahahahahaha, totally loving this (this may be a duplicate comment, if it is, let me know. It didn’t seem to want to post the first time). I recently discovered your blog looking for motorcycle blogs written by women. I am totally loving that you and Toad Mama are “fairly” local to me (I’m from Maryland). I really loved your post on Romney, WV, because I’ve actually been there for the demo days and I bought both of my motorcycles at Romney Cycles. I only wish that Romney sold Triumph and Honda, because that’s what hubby and I are looking at for possible next bikes.

  2. We saw a few of these while touring Tasmania.

    Fooled me every time


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