Monday, June 8, 2009

Down the Road

 
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These signs look like they are pointing toward an interesting place! Tomorrow I will show you where. By the way, I've been out of town for the past few days so I'm sorry I haven't been able to visit or comment on anyone's blogs. I hope to visit everyone today!

19 comments:

Paul said...

I quite like the idea of smoked mullet, but I never eat anything that lives in its own house. An odd hangup from childhood I guess.
Leeds Photography

Clytie said...

Could it have something to do with seafood? Hmmmmmmmm

Pam said...

Great shot Lois, I don't know if I can stand the anticipation... see ya tomorrow!

B Squared said...

Seems like it will be an interesting place.

Darla said...

I know exactly where you took this photo!!!

Jacob said...

I don't know, Lois...those signs look at little fishy!

Hope you had a good time out of town--Jacksonville Beach, heh? No sun tanning, I'll bet.

Cezar and Léia said...

humm You made us very curious now!
How was your trip? Any picture from it? ;-)
Glad to know you had a wonderful weekend!
Kind regards
Léia

Frank said...

I love the series of signs. Signs are great and really fascinate me. It'd be fun to do a long series of posts of just neat and unusual signs. (Yes, you've been missed.)

Hyde DP said...

Not sure the seafood appeals to me but it sure sounds an interesting location.

Lois said...

Jacob-no sun tanning for me, but it was beautiful in the mornings. Thunderstorms in the afternoons, but by then we had to attend wedding festivities so it worked out.
Leia-I'm posting a picture I took from our hotel room balcony of the ocean on Wednesday!

Small City Scenes said...

Probably the bed of some old truck. Selling the days or weeks catch.
Oyster Island. MB

Clueless in Boston said...

Pardon my ignorance, but what's smoked mullet? It must be pretty good that it requires such a large sign.

That is the chicken said...

Great signs! It looks like summer! I'm going to rent a canoe!

magiceye said...

looks like a fun place!

Tash said...

You are doing great with visits - please forgive the lapse in mine.
I'd follow the signs. Are there any oysters on oyster Island?

Lois said...

Smoked mullet is actually delicious. Mullet is a salt water fish (my grandfather and uncle used to catch them with cast nets on the beach) and then they are cooked by smoking them in a smoker. I actually prefer fried mullet, but being a true southern gal, I prefer all my seafood fried.
Tash-I think Oyster Island is just the name of the canoe rental place since this is on a lake and their oysters probably come from the coast!

Pacey said...

Oooppssss....I love those signs. It must be a seafood resto.

Lisa Wilson said...

I guess they want to catch everyone's attention~

Christina and photography by Buddy said...

i too love smoked mullet
we see them swimming in the rivers nearby us
fried oysters are a very favorite of ours
that would be a neat restuarant to visit,
thanks for this post
christina