Sunday, April 3, 2011

Scenes of Ocala







16 comments:

Birdman said...

519? The door to nowhere?

cieldequimper said...

Good grief, so many shots to take in! That's hard on a Sunday.

My favourite has got to be the hay.

Rambling Round said...

Harvesting hay already?

Small City Scenes said...

Pretty neat. After you buy Kangaroo gas you can go leaping around to all these places. Nice town. MB

Sharon said...

What a variety! I've never heard of Kangaroo gas/market. And, I'm assuming the house in the last photo has a new entrance.

Sailor said...

Are you trying to take pictures at stop signal? My wife prohibited me from taking pictures from the car in Chennai Traffic.

Beautiful shots.

Kate said...

Love the frolicing horses on your banner! Wonder who lives in 519?!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I love the hay bale and bricked-up doorway photos.

I guess they do not get many solicitors coming to the door of house no. 519.

Cezar and Léia said...

Ocala has about everything, even a "kangaroo"! :) Wow! And the address at 519 is intriguing...
God bless you!
Cezar

Irina said...

Great collection. Now my old passion for American roads returns back after the winter hibernation))

Jack said...

I know that there is a really good line just waiting to be said about 519, but so far it escapes me . . .

EG Wow said...

These photos are making me think of so many questions like:

Is that a restroom with a number? Is the gas station owned by an Aussie? Why is God blessing America and not Canada?

That's enough for now. :)

Randy said...

Thanks for the Kangaroo shot. I just remembered to get gas in the morning.

Halcyon said...

These scenes could be almost anywhere. But I really love the bale of hay in the truck. It's so huge!

Jarart said...

I'm glad I didn't have to use those big round bales of hay. The smaller ones we use here are heavy enough.

jennyfreckles said...

Kangaroo gas made me laugh!

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