1. What IS that?
No, it's not an elephant. If you can't figure it out, you many see it from another angle later in this post.
Her is another one. This is probably too easy, but I like it anyway. It's quite a bit different from the ones we use today, if we use them that is. I prefer to use a fork.
3. On the Road
As Joe and I were on the road to Tulsa Friday morning we watched the clouds. Strong storms were forecast for areas south of us. The bathrooms in the buildings at the Tulsa Fairgrounds are storm shelters, so we were hoping we would be there when / if a bad storm hit. I'm not fond of tornadoes. Can you see how much wind was in these?
We got our booth set up so we would be ready bright and early Saturday morning to sell. The threat of bad weather had cleared up by the time we left the building Friday evening. We were tired and hungry. On the road toward home is the Freeway Cafe, appropriately named. The food is reasonably priced and very good. We had grilled pork chops. I'm guessing they didn't have enough letters to spell TULSA correctly on the sign and had to improvise.
4. On the Shelf
This was an interesting display that Joe put together on the top shelf of his table. If you didn't guess my first "What IS that?" you will find another clue here. The red thing would have also made an interesting "What IS that?"
I like the way he used the old 7-up soda pop bottle crate for a smaller shelf to display his wares.
5. Bad Habit
It was nearly 4:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon when I found something to photography for this prompt. It was in the booth next to mine. Every time I looked on the shelf, this cat was hanging on the back of the girl's chair. I got to thinking about how dangerous it could be. If the girl was to stand up, the chair would fall over on him, and he would most likely break into pieces, as he was porcelain. Hanging on the back of a chair is a bad habit!
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