Non, non, not Lyon.
I know, we’d never heard of Lyons, either.
I think Lyons is one of those places you don’t hear about until you’re supposed to be there at noon on Saturday, hm?
Maybe our southern Indiana blogging buddies have heard of Lyons? Marian? Skipah?
When we told the boy one where it was, he Googled it, then he said, “There’s a gun shop next to a church. I’ll pass.”
It’s Indiana, Son. Jeez. The Mister and I know how frequently guns and Jesus travel together. I dare say many Hoosiers would be more of the mind of, “How convenient!”
Anyway, y’all know I love a road trip. The weather was
too freakin hot for Joeys 89F/31C, but it was a pretty day to ride in the climate-controlled environment of Bonnie Blue.
I love a drive through the country.
CORN. Oh the corn.
And soy, if you’re into that sorta thing.
Yes, I know it’s blurry. I have to restrain myself. If I shouted out, “Stop!” every time something perfectly suited to pictorials popped-up, we’da missed the reunion.
BIG RED BARNS.
I know the wires are ugly, and if you don’t want to see them, if the reality is just too much to bear, you can walk across Highway 67 and get a better photo. I choose life.
There’s not a lot in Lyons, Indiana, but it is painted with “the patina of a bygone era.”
Same building — Old movie house? Even older Masonic Temple?
See how the left mentions Vincennes and Carlisle? Yeah, we know those two places.
It’s not really America if you don’t see Old Glory everywhere.
There were some friendly bikers in front of the bank and another storefront, or home, or I dunno what. They had a dog inside and Sadie was whinin up a storm, she so badly wanted to meet that doggy. She thinks everyone loves her.
Yes, I am farm-friendly. But I couldn’t hack it. My summer specialty would be weeds and my livestock would roam off in search of water, cause I’d be inside, sittin in the air-conditioning, drinkin swate tay and dreamin of hoodie weather.
This clock is right twice a day, but I didn’t see it then.
I hope you enjoyed this unexpected doorscursion.
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