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Fragments from Floyd

Friends in Low Places


Still unpacking from our whirlwind trip to and from Missouri and have a few images to share.

The one above, from a favorite regular dinner stop on the way up. Last time we were there, a guy fell off a bar stool. Made for great entertainment. Not so lucky this time.

But I did grab a shot across the room that doesn’t hold up so well for details of the small sign above the chunky patron. It reads..

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Ah the American Heartlands. Gotta love her.

5 thoughts on “Friends in Low Places”

  1. I’ve heard the same saying, with the substitution of Village Idiot for Town Drunk. And someone’s comment, “Hey, why do I get so many turns?”

  2. We have a favorite local bar that offers “Free Beer Tomorrow”. They also have a sign that says “If we don’t meet your standards, please lower them”.

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