The world's most famous hobbit home.
Heading to El Paso
Along historic Route 66
It's amazing. Most people followed the rules. Yet, despite having signs posted everywhere, either these people can't read or they just have this unfounded sense of entitlement where they believe that the rules just don't apply to them.
Um, what is it on this sign that you don't understand?
"The rules don't apply to me."
Nanjing Road in Shanghai
NO BUGLING! A sign you'll probably not see in America
A modest sign marks the entrance to Rack & Riddle
Restaurant near the souq. It's good to know your Arabic numerals when reading the menus.
Middle East oxymoron
The Neferititi Hotel in Luxor
The view of the souq from the Lotus restaurant
Another lost in translation moment
Ticket office at Petra
Passing through Bologna on our way to Venice by train
Lost in translation...or a time-warp. Check out his outfit circa 1980.
Motor vehicle accident fund
After 10 minutes of driving through craters, this sign appears.
Oh, oh, can I have two scoops of wood?
Spectators on closed interstate highway
Welcome to Dayton, Washington
Small-town movie theater
A little family cemetery we found while exploring.
Fred Redmon Bridge over Selah Creek on I-82