A week ago, I spent part of a Sunday afternoon in Bisbee, Arizona. While waiting to meet a client before we went to view the Loma Linda Mansion, I had a chance to wander down a side street, away from the tourist area for a few minutes - you never know what's around the corner in an old mining town!
First thing that caught my eye was an old Indian Motorcycle ad painted on the side of a building - someone has spruced it up and done a little restoration to it. Made me think of my days in Durango, Colorado tending bar in a place dedicated & decorated with restored Indians & memorabilia (the bar stools were actually replicas of the saddle on the old Indian Chieftain model). Cool!
As I wandered down to get a better angle to take a photo, I noticed this taxi. One thing I love about the west, old mining towns in particular...is the wry sense of humor that underscores a hardscrabble life. Think I'll let the taxi speak for itself: