We have a dear friend who lives about sixty miles from us. We try to visit her every couple of months. Tess is now ninety three and sharp as tack. Each time we visit she likes to take us somewhere special to eat. She prefers restaurants that have been around for decades and are located in historical buildings or small towns. For several years she would occasionally mention that there was a restaurant she wanted to take us to. It was in a small historic town quite some distance from her home. A while back we arranged to take her to this special eatery and asked my eighty-seven year old mother to accompany us so that Tess would have someone her age to visit with during the long drive. That decision certainly made for an interesting outing. The Old Salt and I are in our sixties and don't often hear conversations about events that occurred long before we were born that the speaker remembers as they happened. We got to hear lots of that on our drive to eat.
On our way into the restaurant, I noticed this mural across the street and quickly snapped a picture of it.
|Regrettably, I have no information on this mural|
When looking for information about this mural, I found several photos of this building on line and realized I should have taken more time and walk to the corner to take my shots. The entire side of the building has windows painted down it and some have scenes in the windows, so I missed seeing all of that. I also found several different titles and stories concerning the mural but none were from a reliable source so I have chosen not to share them here.
I am linking to Monday Murals