Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Not a teepee in sight


Tee Pee Tire sells automobile tires and batteries and does some automotive repairs. It is located in a brick building. I saw no native Americans and no teepees. It's an enigma!

15 comments:

Paula said...

You're back! Who knows why someone would name their business this way, I guess they wanted to get noticed. It worked.

Halcyon said...

Strange indeed!

Small City Scenes said...

Maybe it is Tom Pasqualie's initials. Sometimes I go by Embee. See. Problen solved.
MaryBeth

cieldequimper said...

I do know one thing for sure: where that bench will end up.

VP said...

May people stop by asking why and find themselves with a new set of tires...

Cezar and Léia said...

I'm enchanted by the bench,this one is fantastic, really beautiful!
Léia

SRQ said...

There must be a story behind that name.

B SQUARED said...

I hope they didn't trade their franchise for some beads.

EG Wow said...

Some names boggle my mind. But i guess this one is easy to remember.

Memphis MOJO said...

They sell tires for golf carts -- that's where the Tee comes from, er, well maybe.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Perhaps the initials are T P? Love the bench seat.
Cheers,
Melbourne Daily Photo

Daryl said...

this makes me laugh ...

Francisca said...

This is the definition of an enigma, all right, and you've received a handful of very creative suggestions, Jacob. I like the lines on the bench.... and will I be saying that again soon? :-)

tapirgal said...

It could be the latrine for the golf course. I do love the bench :)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

The bench is attractive.

Travel well!

I like the colors here, too!

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