Another slow day in the neighborhood, so I thought I would catch up on my top of the mailbox photo collection. Just as I was finishing up, I came upon a surprise.
The car in the foreground is a 1954 Cheverlot Bel-Aire. The one with the hood up is a 1967 Pontiac GTO. The green one is a 1956 Plymouth Belvedere. I was on a road with no pull-off and a truck behind me, so this was as good as I could get.
So, back to the mailbox toppers. Here is an eagle that made me cautious in taking the photo.
The sun makes it hard, but this is a bright metal bowl.
Here is a cute bowl of succulents.
Kind of mid-century modern.
Big ole yellow bowl. The sign says its a wildlife sanctuary. (In the middle of a subdivision? Right. I guess it makes the owner feel better.)
A non-descript rock. Looks almost like sandstone.
Here is that cute raccoon-like figure. I couldn’t resist.
Big gothic bowl. Looks like something used in sacrifice.
Perkey cat. Can’t help but smile.
An urn that looks like a fire should be burning in it.
Little white bird.
This is a pig but hard to tell. You can see I’m coming up on those cars.
I hope you enjoyed the tour. We had some rain today, and I wanted to take a photo of the rain gauge, but Twiggy kicked it over before I got to it.