In a little town called Mitchell, GA, there is a building with half a truck attached to it. It’s a 1954 Cheverolet. I don’t know what else to say about it, except I don’t think this is what an engineer in Detroit had in mind.
If there is a sight that you’ll probably NEVER see in a big city or suburb, it’s the sight of tall, uncut grass and weeds. Wait, I think I’ve seen stuff like that in Chicago. On the other hand, maybe it’s the old 55-gallon drum in this painting that doubles for a burn pit andContinue reading “The Old Target”