saying that I (the deer) was being held captive, they approached the car and began talking to the deer. The deer's head and mouth move as if talking. Jimmy's friend has rigged up the remote wireless microphone and has put a miniature speaker inside the deer's mouth. This is one of those singing deer that you can buy for about $200, but Boo got it at a yard sale for $15. Boo has a lot of fun with his talking deer and his wife now has to ride in the back seat. The deer still sings too. I guess someone bought it and then got tired of it. Lucky for Boo...now he has something to play with.
We rode on some of the most beautiful back roads yesterday...very scenic and mostly untraveled routes except for the local bikers that know about them and for the Sunday drivers just getting out for a drive. We finally got to our destination and this and the rest of the pictures are in the area of the Red River Gorge. I wanted to take a picture of the very crude tunnel through the mountain that we went through, but now that I drive my own cycle I don't have enough hands to handle the camera unless we stop. The tunnel has no lights and is wet with dripping water from the upper rock ceiling and is very long and dark. As you can see from the picture above, there were many other bikers taking advantage of this beautifull, hot July weather in May.
Brian spotted them and I was VERY surprised to see Mountain Laurel still blooming although it was beginning to look a bit wilty. The Mountain Laurel flowers are the white blossoms behind Brian in the picture.
Here's a close-up picture of the Mountain Laurel I had taken about a month ago just a few miles from here. I took a close-up of the flowers behind Brian, but as I said they were just too wilted to post.
Jimmy & I
I had to take a picture of this. WOW! Free Gass with Purchase. Click the picture to read the rest.
What in the world are Brian & Reva looking at, on the ceiling of this quaint little country restaurant?
The ceiling was lined with one dollar bills and they covered nearly the entire ceiling. Brian counted almost a thousand of them and stopped. Customers write their names on each bill and I guess the owners stick them up there for display. Everything in that restaurant was very interesting to look at. Nothing was for sale but the food.