- Sea Isle Lobster September 23, 2022
- Minature Golf Chicken June 13, 2022
- Paso Robles FlipFlop June 1, 2022
- Oxnard Rubber Duckie May 31, 2022
- Housick Falls, NY Chairs October 7, 2021
- Willa’s Crayola Experience Visit September 3, 2021
- Lucy’s Big Chicken July 3, 2021
- A Trip to the Zoo with Calvin June 1, 2021
- World’s Largest Measuring Cup August 20, 2018
- Big Electric Plug August 20, 2018
A while ago these Jeans were on the side of a building on Keystone Avenue in Indianapolis. They are not there any longer which just goes to prove that you need to “seize the moment,” “strike when the iron is hot,” “waste not, want not,” or some other such old saying. As long as we are dealing with clothing there also was this pair of shoes on the same building so I could double up with my photos.
It seems that everyone in Indiana knows who Steve Allford is, a former star IU, Indiana University basketball star. Here’s his big shoe. At any rate he has a motel in New Castle, Indiana. The lobby is a basketball museum, if you get the chance stop in.
This was on the field at the RCA Dome for fan day. We were able to walk around the stadium, look at available seats. Of course, as of Jan 27th, the Colts are in the Superbowl, so it is about time to get this image on the site.
Driving West on I-70 after dropping Julia off at University of Maryland, Deb spotted this bowling pin quite a way off the highway. We had to circle back and get this image at “The Bowler” in La Vale, Maryland at Exit 40 on I-68. Actually at Winchester Road and Route 40. We didn’t stop for the pizza or subs but it sounded pretty good to me.
Now this is a Golf Ball! Here I am outside AA Pro Shop located in the Mastodon Mall on Ohio 79 a few miles South of Newark Ohio and 4.5 miles North of I-70. Thanks once again to Julia for spotting this one.
While not the largest “Big Thing” on this site by far, seek this teed up golf ball is a worthy addition. Deb and I were on a “Big Thing Trek” when we saw this Golf Ball on SR13 just south of I-69 in Indiana. The mailbox is for a house across from the Gravel Lawn Cemetery.
This may one of the sorriest of inflatables that I have ever seen. Dirty, underinflated, what a mess. I don’t understand how a business owner would think that this would attract customers into the showroom. Beats me!