Photographed along U.S. Highway 52 in Rochester, Minnesota.
I thought I did.
But apparently not.
Copyright 2014 Audrey Kletscher Helbling
I can almost picture someone standing in the doorway and looking out!
Now there’s a thought. That would have made my photo even more interesting. And can you imagine what drivers would think.
Yours is one of the most entertaining blogs around at the moment.
Thank you, Ken. I appreciate that compliment.
oopsie dasies 🙂
I thought of you when I was pulling this post together given this is a scene I know you would photograph, too.
Quick!!!……..Get the “smart phone” app for this!!!!! LOL!
You are quick this morning. Thanks for beginning my morning with laughter.
Oh rats—-I forgot. I think I left the iron on, too. Can you pop in there and check for me?
Lots of wit flying around here this a.m. OK, I’ll check.
House on the run!
You know I’m gonna ask…. were you in Rochester recently and didn’t stop to see me??? You were only about three miles from my house.
We drove through Rochester on our way to and from Wisconsin to see our daughter. Yes, I thought of you. But on departure day we didn’t have time to stop. And on the return trip, we were exhausted and just wanted to get home. Yeah, I know.
I was just teasing… Life gets busy I totally understand, I know…that you know…you’re always welcome 🙂
Absolutely. I would have loved to have seen you and Rick. We need to plan a meet-up sometime when the four of us are yearning for a Sunday drive.
GOOD Eye!!! Have a Wonderful Day:)
My husband is actually the one who noticed the open door, prompting me to take these photos.
Even if it was the last job left in the world, there is no way I would want to drive a truck with a load that size. Unbelievable how the door is open! xx
Hauling anything of that size would be a challenge, especially for the inexperienced.
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