Toad in the Hole
August 04, 2006
Friday Picture-Worth-1000-Words Blogging
Sierra Valley is broad, flat, mostly marshes and fields turned to pastures, with a few small towns like Loyalton, home of a county museum and a sewage plant that's a good birding spot. The valley's crisscrossed by a few roads -- not all paved -- that run straight and right-angled and two lanes wide, often with a ditch by way of shoulder. Way rural. And you know, there aren't a lot of trees to hide behind, either.Posted at August 4, 2006 06:14 PM
Jeepers! I think I'd rather take my chances squatting. And hey, this thing offers shelter from one side, anyway.
Posted by: Sara at August 5, 2006 02:29 PM
Well, FWIW, I really don't think it's an official rest stop. For one thing, there's a wet ditch between the toilet and the road. For another, there's no Please Don't Throw Trash in the Toilet sign with Woodsy Owl on it.
Posted by: Ron at August 6, 2006 06:32 AM