I went wandering through America yesterday, down the Lincoln Highway, and discovered what must surely be the largest quarter dollar in the country.
Plus a charming commercial elephant. (We drove past the unrelated Elephant Museum but the traffic was too heavy to stop and turn around.)
And an ice cream stand in the shape of a sundae.
And a recreation of historic-but-ramshackle Fort Loudon.
And an abandoned Boy Scout-built wickiup.
And a statue of a flivver.
Among much else. When you travel via Interstate, you tend to lose sight of what a profoundly odd country America is.
Above: The Almighty Dollar couldn't be bothered to crush me. So the job was sub-let.