Sunday, July 31, 2016

Where O Where Did The Driver Go?


He may have gone to lunch. Or he may have gone home. It's a conundrum!

14 comments:

Kate said...

We all need a little down time when working hard!

Andy said...

Everyone knows the driver is at the golf club. ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶

Marleen said...

A mystery.

Laura. M said...

He may be resting in the shade, Lowell 😊
Un abrazo.

Kay said...

I vote that it was hijacked off the back of a trailer and taken for a joyride. It ran out of gas and the thief took off for parts unknown.
(In response to your questions re: my Lumix camera...a friend had been looking for a small, portable camera and had heard good things about it. Our local camera store (AKA Costco) had them on special and she'd picked one up and told me about it. I also wanted something light and purse-sized. I did a little research, liked the reviews, went to Costco to take a look at it. I thought I'd look at it and then go home to deliberate. It had immediately learned my name and didn't permit me to leave Costco without it.)

magiceye said...

Or maybe he is just loitering around waiting for the technician to come and get his machine started :)

Linda said...

He certainly has gone somewhere! :)

Small City Scenes said...

No matter what---he's gone.
MB

Sharon Anck said...

I hope he didn't leave the keys in the ignition.

Bob Poris said...

Maybe you should have waited . The stop sign requires a full stop and the driver might have needed the men’s room before continuing on.

Judy said...

See that big cloud up there? Well, it isn't really a cloud, it's an alien spaceship and he got beamed up there for experimentation. Don't worry, he will be back.

Haddock said...

Whenever I see a machine like this I always admire the skill of the driver who moves that bucket so skillfully as if scooping with a human hand.
Come one lets give the driver a break :-)

William Kendall said...

Napping somewhere, no doubt.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The other day we saw a guy sitting and texting while on a parked grader. (At least it was parked).

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson