Ahhh, the National Park and Forest sign. They have such a great swinging 60’s vibe to them. I can totally see a Mike Brady-type in finely pressed hip-hugger bell bottoms cranking these babies out....
Category: Sights from the Road
This afternoon while out cruising around I just happen to stumble across what could easily be the top 3 art cars that I’ve seen so far.
In May of 2004 on our way to Deals Gap, Kenny and I detoured to visit the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater house in Mill Run, Pennsylvania.
Though it may have gained world-wide visibility since appearing in the movie Michael Clayton, the Moodna Viaduct has been operational in New York’s Hudson River Valley since 1909. …read on
The mermaids of legend were said to enchant men with their nubile beauty and alluring song. They were notorious for running ships aground or luring sailors to their demise into the seas. Along the Massachusetts and New York border, I spied this curious piece of yard art. Just as in legend, this mermaid lured me in to come ever closer to her. ::Read On::
On a day ride Fuzzygalore and Crudmop visited two New York State Mail Pouch Tobacco barns. One located in Orange County, the other in Dutchess County.
Two things that I love. Motorcycle riding and Roadside Attractions. While out riding my motorcycle, I oftentimes take trips to locate interesting roadside attractions. Several of my tips and photos have been used on roadsideamerica.com!
Be Prepared to see more than you expect – You
While doing the 2009 Ramapo 500 we happened to pass by a Mail Pouch Tobacco sign painted on the side of the Layton Country Store near Dingman’s Ferry.
Curious Sights from The Road: Star Spangled Limousine for Sale found in Maine.
The town of Rockland sits on Midcoast Maine
Sometimes your travels will take you past picturesque settings of mountain ranges echoed in the glass like reflection of a lake at its feet while other times you find the beauty of something fragile in a more urban setting like a lone flower growing through a crack in the sidewalk.
Photograph of the Lookout Point Fisherman statue on Long Island.
Stargazer by Linda Scott sits out in a field here on Long Island and is often referred to as the ‘Gateway to the Hamptons’.