Lil Dude Troll braving Hurricane Isaac!
|Hold on, Lil Dude!|
|I got ya! I won't let go!|
No trolls were harmed in the making of these photos.
|At the historic Kan-O-Tex gas station, purchased by 4 ladies|
who spent a lot of time and money to restore it to its
original 1930's condition.
|Lil Dude Troll on the 1951 International tow truck |
which was the inspiration for Tow Mater.
|Melba Rigg, self-proclaimed Mouth of the South and an|
all-around most interesting person. She is 1 of the 4
women who own the restored station.
|At the Bonnie & Clyde house in Joplin, Missouri|
|Panik (on the left) and Phidjit.|
|View from one of the 2 huge windows in the room.|
|Checking out the nice bathroom.|
|Oooo! Expensive salon-type soap & shampoo!|
|Checking out the $4.00 bottles of water. At that price, the|
stuff must be from the Fountain of Youth!
|Supper in the hotel restaurant. $14 hamburger and|
Whataburger was better!
|At the Little Rock, Arkansas Airport ready to head out to Chicago.|
|Buckled up for takeoff!|
|Flying the friendly skies!|
|No peanuts or snacks, but at least they still give tomato juice.|
|Safe & sound in Chicago, Illinois at O'Hare Airport. Woo Hoo!|
|66 Drive-In Theatre on Route 66 in Carthage, Missouri|
|At the Gillioz Theatre on Route 66. First opened in 1926.|
|At the fountain in the Central Square|
where Wild Bill Hickok had a gunfight.
See the write up here.
|On Route 66, bridge over the Big Piney River|
|Saw this turtle crossing the road. When it made it into the|
grass, Lil Dude decided to hitch a ride! Could this be the
first ever troll turtle wrangler?