Its not there anymore? It looks so neat.
Great! Heh! I always enjoy people who come up with such creative and fun ideas -- and this place sure looks like the old fashioned metal lunch box complete with a handle on top!I really liked the sundial in your earlier post. I am in the process of making a new perennial garden and for a center piece I want a sun dial. So I really liked that photo! And the inscription is so, so true!Take care.
What a fun building. Too bad it's no longer there. When I was little we went to Pennsylvania, to an ice cream shop in the shape of a boot. I loved the ice cream so much more because of the whimsy of the building it came from.
Very neat! And a cool building, too. The new trend is away from creative and toward economical boxes.
I remember eating there just one time when I was a kid. We never ate there again because the food was SOOOO greasy. We started calling it Rudy's Grease Box every time we drove by. Funny thing is I completely forgot about that place until just today. My memory of that building just popped into my head suddenly and randomly 2 decades later. I'm so glad you posted a photo because I was starting to think maybe the building didn't look as clever as I remembered it.So does anybody know what happened to it? Why the owner closed the business? Why the building isn't there anymore?
My memory of why it disappeared a fuzzy, but it seems that the lot was going to be developed and that's why it closed.
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