Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Yellow Shop in Nashville, Indiana.

I spent a good part of my trip to Nashville Indian sitting out here. As my wife Nancy and step-daughter Leanna went through the larger shop just out of sight to the left of this shot. So you don't get the wrong idea, I went in the shop, looked at everything in about two minutes and decided to go outside and sit down.

Glad it was such a nice spot because this shop sold some sort of bag full of rocks, and you could take it over to their little trough with running water and "pan" for minerals. This took another 30 minutes but it made the girls very happy, though I still hold to my origional theory that just taking a match to a ten dollar bill would have been just as fun.


Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

I did a search for bloggers related to Nashville, Indiana. This one popped up. My favorite spot, haven't been there in years. Not the Yellow place, the town itself. I am from Indiana, now in Ohio. I miss Indiana, but what I miss is Nashville the most! I never sifted the rocks, though, nope I had other things on my agenda. :)

Sarah said...

This is going to sound odd, but I was just talking to Candice about stuff and Twitter and more stuff thought about this picture. Kinda funny. :-)