Thursday, August 21, 2008

Pretty!


Sure, you'll never get to sleep at night with all the glowing sand surrounding you and the radiation seeping into your bones and there's a good chance you'll turn into a superhero if you live here, but isn't it pretty?

Found by M.

16 comments:

Ruth said...

But why would you need water and sewer out in Apache County, Arizona?

Meg said...

You mean, I really could turn into a superhero if I lived there? Like x-ray vision and all? Excuse me, I a lot to do today, like find my check book, buy camping supplies, buy some lycra fabric....

Anonymous said...

Ooo, so the Red Desert of Wyoming is for sale? Wonder if a person can purchase the Red Sea too.

Vanessa said...

Not to mention your driveway is 5.7 miles long...for that secluded feel.

Thumper said...

Hey, if I can turn into a super hero, I'm totally there...

T said...

as long as there's a guarantee that I'll be able to fly or have super strength and not some silly super power like ability to bend spoons with my mind... who wants bent spoons?

Loren Eaton said...

I've heard of rose-colored glasses before, but this is ridiculous!

Amanda said...

Apparently Kool-Aid has leaked into the water supply. When does the giant pitcher burst through the wall?

Anonymous said...

Not to mention the phantom text floating in the pretty pink sky...

JosephFinn said...

Isn't this the opening shot from Manos?

Anonymous said...

As it happens, Torgo is hiding behind that bush!

niqole said...

it must be in the same neighborhood as this was

http://lovelylisting.blogspot.com/2008/08/3-beds-25-baths-view-of-nuclear-plant.html

Aim said...

Your site has made me miss the day of spending hours looking on the internet for a house. And coming across the one that you think "you gotta be kidding, people don't actually think that will sell" So I jumped on the real estate site and it wasn't 3 min. before I found this gem... http://www.utahrealestate.com/771129
I hope it comes with the truck.

Suzanne said...

Ah yes... this is where the three legged fish with four eyes walk across the road at night.

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Charlene said...

I once wrote a pastiche that began, "Pink Acres is the place to be!"

I didn't know then that one day it would be true.

Theresa said...

Excuse me Scarecrow, but is this the way to the Ruby City? I've been walking on this Magenta Brick Road all day and I still don't see it.

T