away for the weekend: keeping this tuck!

Saturday, February 2, 2013

keeping this tuck!

"Things that make me go hmmmm"
Last weekend after snowshoeing along the West River in South Londonderry, Vermont,
I spied this gem in the woods near the river.


I can't even imagine how it wound up there -
or how long ago that was.


Painted on the door in big red letters
KEEPING THIS TUCK
hmmmmm

Sharing with Weekly Top Shot
Sundays in my City

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21 comments:

  1. that's cool. i wonder? the stories it could tell. i bet. ( :

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  2. Cool find out their in the woods and the snow!

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  3. It's amazing what can found along these trails.

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  4. Fantastic shot of nature and the fascinating truck ~ You have the best times !

    Carol of: A Creative Harbor

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  5. Love that truck!! Great job...

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  6. Poor driver and a poor speller. :)

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  7. Somebody was either drunk or illiterate - or both.

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  8. If a truck gets lost in the woods.... :)
    An odd find but a wonderful photo opportunity!

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  9. LOL that's interesting...reminds me of the beginning of an episode of some crime or mystery show. Who did this truck belong to? Where are they now? And what happened to them...? (cue ominous music).

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  10. I often wonder the same thing when I come upon something so out of place. Love the spelling LOL

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  11. Makes you wonder what he/she was keeping it FOR? Maybe good intentions once upon a time, but now forgotten. Ah, such is life.

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  12. how did that 'tuck' get there is my question too! I've also seen cars rusting and rotting in local woods, and ponder the same question...

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  13. What an interesting find! I wonder how it got there. Kind of cool, though!

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  14. Fab find... wouldn't you love to have that one?? I'm so glad you came by to share on Weekly Top Shot #68!

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  15. That's a great find!!! Thanks for your visit too!

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  16. That's a great find. Really makes you wonder about the story behind it.

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