Some cool how to advertise your website images:
New York or New Orleans?
This is a barn that you see when you leave the Sequoyah Caverns in Dekalb County, Alabama. This is at the junction of Highways U.S. 11 and County Rd 731. The front of this barn marks the turn into Sequoyah Caverns. If you have trouble making out the paint, this is what you have: In the center on a pole is a faded sign for U.S. Highway 11. Since the paint is peeling, you can see that it used to be an ad for Phillips 66. If you go north, you are 877 from New York, NY (or about 40 to Chattanooga, TN). If you turn right and go south, you are 462 miles to New Orleans, LA.
This barn also hasn’t been used as a barn in a long time, as you can tell by the overgrowth around it. The front of the barn is a painted sign that marks the entrance to Sequoyah Caverns. You can see it here.
I have a new potential title for this picture: Big Apple or Big Easy?
Hello to anyone who found this on Rand McNally’s Photo of the week:
ChatAlert! Website Screenshot
If you’re advertising a new safety product for kids using chat that uses language recognition, wouldn’t you at least proof read your own website? [Screenshot: 21/11/06, 12:55pm]