Photos of nothing in particular that don't fit anywhere else.
Sign on one of the roads leading into Cabot, VT.
A stack of tires a few miles south of Oakland City, IN.
This is an actual quiz I took on December 17, 2004, the last day before Christmas break. It's my favorite quiz ever.
Some student at Rose-Hulman has a pickup with an Australian license plate on it. Too bad the rear plate says it's from Michigan.
At Star Wars Celebration III there were a number of Imperial stormtroopers around to keep things under control. I caught this scout trooper outside giving directions. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get inside, as all the tickets had been sold before I got there at 9:30 AM (it didn't even open until 10!). The 2 lines to get in were huge, stretching at least a block around the building in both directions from the entrances.
About 30 miles east of Indianapolis I-70 crosses the Nameless Creek.
This amusing sign is near Austerlitz, NY on Rt. 22
My younger brother Doug, being his usual weird self.
A sanitary tortilla factory in Albuquerque, NM. I'm sure glad it's not unsanitary!
This peculiar sight can be found on Ridge Road in Brookfield, VT.
A sign inside the MBTA's Cobble Hill dispatcher's office.
A sign posted at Salem State College.
Don't you just love doors that open into thin air?
I came across this amusingly-named rowboat by Milton Landing on the Neponset River.
The GM dealership in Arundel, ME stuck a car in a dumpster to advertise its participation in the federal "Cash For Clunkers" program.