Saturday, June 11, 2005
What the world needs now, is to know what's on my fridge
Everyone loves postcards from Carhenge in Alliance, Nebraska -- especially if they were sent to you from some road-tripping friends who stopped there on your recommendation. After this they drove down to Josh's hometown of Bridgeport (which is maybe half an hour away? Correct me if I'm wrong there...), and took pictures of the grocery store where Josh worked and other landmarks of the town. Deirdre and Ricardo, I salute you!
[And, in case you were wondering, Carhenge is totally worth a trip out of your way to see. There are other sculptures out there as well, so you get your absolutely free admissions worth. Plus I guarantee there will be hardly any other tourists there to mess up your view.]
[Also, there are better pictures of Carhenge here than on the official Carhenge site, where there is instead a picture of a cluster balloonist who will apparantly be flying over Carhenge on the summer solstice...]