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Bold and beautiful as ever~ this vintage road sign still lights up the scene every night at sundown. Still open for business… $28 will get you a room for the night.  I hope you like it as much as I do~

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    • Thank you!!! I should have mentioned this in the post ~ no I haven’t stayed there before 🙂 the room price was listed on the smaller sign beneath the one I posted 🙂

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    • Its actually very very cool looking at night ~ I am happy to say I have never been an overnight guest here 🙂 …because i think they let bed bugs stay for free ~

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  1. Did you ever see the Thunderbird Motel in Savannah? I’ve always considered it a Vintage Vegas Knock-Off. It is pretty awesome in its mid-century decor. I love these pics!

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    • Hey Casey! No…I haven’t seen it ~sounds very cool~ thank you! I live in a tiny town that still has some of the craziest vintage signs around — would you believe that the little italian resturant down the street sells all you can eat spaghetti every Wednesday night… for just 2$ …(I actually want to do a post there) I have eaten there many times lol~ thx for stopping and btw YES!! Life should have more dancing!

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Wendy Stutzman, west517, west 517

Full time graphic designer, part time photographer, free time blogger- chasing the light and writing about some of my favorite things. Seeing life inspires me.

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