Maybe 30 years since I had seen one of these…and it was an AWESOME lunch..!!
There was this small sign with an arrow that said observatory. The one lane poorly paved road actually went across a fairway at a golf course. At the top of a winding road up a hill we found this….
Mount Vernon is a small town north east of Columbus. I came across this train depot that has been preserved, but is used by a business. No historical markers or history……….
Kennesaw Mountain is at the northern edge of Kennesaw National Battlefield and Cheatham Hill is at the southern end. Continue reading Cheatham Hill – “Dead Angle”
Found in a shopping center in Mt. Vernon, Ohio….
Since I am in the business of designing buildings, I should practice more Architectural photography. I need to learn more tools in PaintShop so I can make the sky a little more appealing.
Yep, it works real well….
Since we are talking KFC…
The restaurant was originally built in 1956 as Johnny Reb’s Chick, Chuck and Shake The owner, S.R. “Tubby” Davis, erected the 56-foot (17-meter) tall structure over his restaurant in 1963 as a method of advertising. It was designed by Hubert Puckett, a Georgia Tech student of architecture, and fabricated by Atlantic Steel in nearby Atlanta.
Davis later sold it to his brother, and it became a franchise of KFC. The beak and eyes move….!
We use this when we give directions: “Go to the Big Chicken and turn left”