December Challenge

Back at Casey’s — red, red,and more red

(Named after the founder’s friend K C Fish who encouraged him to buy an old service station which became a second convenience store)

Red door at Grant Township food pantry

Time for CranXmas donations

JR’s Recyclables — red primer on trailer fenders – red marker lamp, red truck doors, red disc with starburst pattern (hurry before Mike and Frank grab it) + a few more specks of red

Red Stag — the bottle may not be the only thing that is a little smashed  😉

A little farther down the road . . . . .  The Northern Territory of Australia has some “Bloody good drinkers”  — we apparently have one of our own — these bottles are EVERYWHERE

Very much enjoy all the entries you all have provided -- great to see the everyday cycling venues. Being in eastern Illinois, scenery certainly isn't our forte, but oh well, the roads are normally quiet. Look forward to more and more entries from all of you, I do have a few over on BL -- in Bill's Day Rides, and one journal.

5 response to "December Challenge"

  1. By: NancyG Posted: December 13, 2019

    Quite the collection in such a small venue ;’-). Interesting reds Rich,

    • By: Rich-Illinois Posted: December 13, 2019

      Thanks, lots of red everywhere, and haven’t even started on Christmas . . . . . .

  2. By: Lednar De Nalloh Posted: December 13, 2019

    They’ve got some pretty bad livers in the Northern Territory too. Everything’s changed now. At my work they used to back in a trailer full of beverages and ice for our Christmas show, now no alcohol is allowed.

  3. By: Bill Stone Posted: December 14, 2019

    Looks like local choice of beverages is about the same as Blue Mound township. 😉

  4. By: The Navigator Posted: December 17, 2019

    Nice reds collection. I remember lots of Old Milwaukee cans in Illinois on the road-side, along with Natty Light. Interesting story about the history of Caseys – didn’t know how it got its name.

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