My wanderings and ponderings with a little kitsch thrown in for good measure.
Nice discovery. I'm not sure what it means yet...Happy New Year!
Happy New Year Keith! I hope you and Billie have many adventures in 2012 and I look forward to reading about them.
Happy new year Keith (and Heather). Commenting from I35 in wichita, ks.Ps: i didnt see dorothy or toto either.
How many udders do you need before you are allowed to bank there?Happy New Year to you and your family. Happy riding in 2012.
Richard, Happy New Year.I suspect they are trying to be a bank like no udder :).~k
Dar, Happy New Year and from your lips to God's ears re: 2012.~k
Chris, I bet you felt some wind tho'. We got blown around on I-70 pretty good. I suspected you might be in the area of I-35 sometime this weekend. When we stopped at a rest area on the Kansas Turnpike they had interesting gents and gals signs for the restrooms. Did you notice? I posted a photo over at fb.Happy New Year and be safe, be well, and love extravagantly in 2012!~k~k
Trobairitz, I'm not sure how many udders are needed to open an account. By the way it appears they have discriminatory practices. On the Office for Rent Sign in the window it said, "No Barn Animals Please." Sad to say, they seem to be "specie-ists". Oh well.Happy New Year to you and your riding buddy,~k
Does it mean, no udder no account? Is it cow dairy or is goat available, too?
Sonja, I truly don't know. I'm wondering what their TV commercials look like. It just seemed all too silly to even be real, but I have a picture. I have a friend in KC I may ask her about the bank.Thanks for stopping by and I'm sorry I couldn't account for the goats.~k
it was VERY windy. made the return trip that much more exhausting. fighting the wind the whole way.kansas? reststops? they just had gas stations in the middle. one place we stopped had a silly sign, but I don't recall. don't see the pic on your fb either.