Sunday, March 7, 2010

Grillin' on the Road

There are some things that you just don't see very often....

In fact, there are some things that you just don't expect to see, ever.

On our way home from church this morning, we saw one of the latter.

We had some around the big curve on Will Howell Road and could see a wagon up ahead. Now, it's not unusual in George County to see wagons on the road, pulled by a single mule or a team of mules. (Our wagons aren't square like the Amish ones though. They are more like the Conestoga wagons you see in western movies. ) In fact there are official road signs warning when you enter areas they frequently travel (along the same lines as deer crossing and children playing signs.)

What you don't expect to see is a smoking charcoal grill mounted to the rear and one of the passengers turning steaks and burgers.

Dr. T, I don't think this qualifies as rurban: it is rural all the way around!

Note: we passed the same wagon on the way back to church that afternoon and took a picture. Here's the link.

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