While we were traveling through Spanish Fort, AL, we stumbled across The Oyster House...and it's roadside oddity, a Russian Sea Rescue Pod.
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Our road trip continues to Spanish Fort, Alabama, where we snap a picture of "Piknmera", dentist Barry Booth's 16-foot-long ode to dentistry.
On the grounds of the US Sports Academy (USSA), there is a collection of impressive "Junk Athletes" by artist Bruce Larsen - so nicknamed because these impressive figures are made completely out of junk.
Inspired by a similar cow-themed project in Portland, Oregon, downtown Pensacola, Florida has slowly been taken over by fiberglass pelican statues since 2004. We managed to "capture" a few of these birds while in town.
In Pensacola, FL, there is a bridge where painters have been going since 1935. Known as the Graffiti Bridge, the local law actually permits spray-painting. The only rule: if you paint over something, your piece should be better.
Our Road Trip continues in Pensacola, Florida, where we stop and tour an unique attraction: an abandoned Goofy Golf.
In front of a shopping center in Jacksonville, there stands a throwback to the mini golf playground that used to reside in that spot: an orange T-Rex supporting himself with a bone cane.
While we still had a long way to go before we slept, we just had to stop at Ducky's Car Wash in Jacksonville, FL to see what the quirky present they received from local college students - a large floating rubber ducky.
ON our way through Jacksonville Beach, Florida, we stumbled across an odd holiday tradition. In the square that leads to the beach, local companies have decorated lifeguard chairs with various themes.
We take a side trip to Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. While driving along a narrow strip that separates the ocean from one of it's inlets, we stop and take a gander at the famed "Spaceship House".