This summer my gal and I paid a brief visit to the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff where we saw this little beauty here up above. It’s the telescope first used in the discovery of Pluto. Last month, we took a long road trip from Los Angeles to Freeport, Texas, and it really was Los Angeles.
Don’t let my girlfriend fool you with any business about Glendora or Azusa. Just different ways of pronouncing Los Angeles, as far as I’m concerned.
Anyway, she and I took a trip, starting in some place Losangelish and ending at some place Freeportish. Along the way, we stopped at Cadillac ranch in Amarillo where we found this message…
I think not!
…okay, maybe, but I still think it’s amusing.
Jan M. Flynn said:
Delightful post! Love the comment about LA . . . I lived in several parts of it over a period of 20 + years, and even though the locals manage to develop some sense of territorial identity, you’re right: it’s ALL Los Angeles 🙂
Ha! Do you see that Moni? I win!
Not Los Angeles ! 😁😂
ANnd now there’s (maybe) a Planet 9 somewhere out there. 😀
Carolyn Dennis-Willingham said:
As I like to say, “there goes that universe again!” 🙂
Been to both places. Some deliberately creative photoshopping on this from Caddy Ranch: https://www.flickr.com/photos/43577246@N02/22148982560/in/album-72157659697337990/
I always felt a little bad for Pluto, being ousted like that! 😥
Agreed on #Pluto! Looked like beautiful travels for you & your gal! My hopes for for more beautiful travels.
Browsing the Atlas said:
I have a t-shirt about Pluto’s “birth” and death dates.
“Losangelish” LOVE IT! Driving from San Diego (where I live) to anywhere north of L.A., it seems like one big conglomeration of buildings and roads. Love the Cadillac Ranch too. We visited it on a Route 66 road trip we took a few years ago.