In 2018 I will feature a random (yet alphabetical) selection of photos I have taken from my nearly 20 years of back roads travel in the United States and Canada. I may even throw in a few random shots from other trips to Japan, Mexico and the Philippines. My theme is called America’s Back Roads: A Grab Bag of Places in Pictures.
Dinosaur National Monument – Vernal, Utah
Dolphin Swimming in the Atlantic – Ocean City, Maryland
Dutch Haven Cafe – Ronks, Pennsylvania
Shoo Fly Pie – YUM!
Do Drop Inn Juke Joint – Shelby, Mississippi
Daffin’s Candies Chocolate Kingdom – Sharon, Pennsylvania
Giant chocolate animals
Deer Photos – Shenandoah National Park, VA; Mt. Rainier National Park, WA; Lewistown, Montana
Duck Commander, home of Duck Dynasty – West Monroe, Louisiana
Delaware Seashore Bridge – Sussex County, Delaware
DFW Elite Toy Museum – Haltom City, Texas
Dragon Murals – Oak Creek, Colorado & Broken Bow, Oklahoma
Discovery Bay, Washington
Texas Country Restaurant – Dundas, Ontario
Dutch Letters at Jaarsma Bakery – Pella, Iowa
Dude Motel – West Yellowstone, Montana
Danielle Colby Cushman of American Pickers – LeClaire, Iowa
Big Spider – Denver, North Carolina
Dean Martin Mural – Steubenville, Ohio
Disaster Memorial Statue – Galveston, Texas
Donut Whole – Wichita, Kansas
Deer Crossing on Enchanted Highway – near Regent, North Dakota
Dave Thomas Statue – Wendy’s in Dublin, OH
Duck Lake, Montana
Watertower in the middle of the road – Dallas, South Dakota
If you like what you see, you may want to check out my book: Less Beaten Paths of America: Unique Town Names, available on Amazon. My second book, Less Beaten Paths of America: Quirky and Offbeat Roadside Attractions, will be available in late April or early May 2018. Click on the photo below for more details or to get a copy of the book.
5 thoughts on “A Grab Bag from America’s Back Roads – The D Things #AtoZChallenge”
What a clever theme, but wow, it must have taken you ages! Love the photos! Dopamine: Do you Drip or Do you Drown?
Shirley… the photos cover a span of nearly 40 years!! No joke!
That is an impressive number of D locations and tourist attractions that you have visited. Weekends In Maine
The Delaware Seashore Bridge is an amazing sight, I wonder why I’ve never seen anything of it before. Cheers 🙂
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