My alert friend Jackie recently took a trip to South Dakota. Being so alert and in possession of a camera, she got some great sign shots for me. I don’t know if she took any real shots while she was shooting pictures … dang, that was the start of a great pun, I wish I could think of an ending. At any rate, Jackie went to South Dakota.
What we have here is a church turned gift shop. I guess the former pastor of this church didn’t want anyone within a 42 mile radius to have any excuse for sleeping through church.
I really wish we had one of these King’s stores in my town. I hate having to go to two different places every time I need to get meats and pasties. Really, there’s nothing more annoying than having to get the kid out of the car seat once to buy our meats and again to get pasties. Plus, it’s kind of embarrassing to have my truck parked in front of the adult store all the time. If I had a meat and pastie store, then I could just tell everyone I was buying meat. It wouldn’t be so suspicious that way.
Here is a national historical landmark. Calamity Jane was the first white woman to see this substation. WIld Bill Hickock came along a couple weeks later but he took all the credit for discovering the substation. Men were sucky like that back then.
You know when you’re giving directions to your house and you say, “At the second big curve, you turn off of the paved road…”? Well, this is the name of the road you turn off of the paved road onto.
Be sure to check back later in the week. My husband is watching “John Deere Live” on the Rural Channel. It promises to get exciting. A guy with cattle in Michigan (who talks funny) just called in asking what kind of tractor he should get. I hate to leave you with such a cliffhanger, but I haven’t seen the ending yet. Don’t worry, I’ll keep you updated.