Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Lookin' for trouble?


The road in front of our daughter's home in South Florida is unpaved and the house is located a quarter of a mile from a regular city street. Every so often people drive up the road, some of them looking for trouble.

These young men drove up, turned around, and headed off when they saw me taking their picture.

Do you like the camo outfits they're wearing?

11 comments:

Chris said...

Humm Strange, what were tehy up too? ;-)

Amit Gupta said...

i like the cart they are driving....
nd thanks Jacob for comments on my blog...well i was not really kiddin wen i said the dish cud be removed.....

Cindy said...

Some of them definitely lookin' for trouble. We have some like that around here. I like their little vehicle though. It's so cute.

cieldequimper said...

No, I don't. Camouflage is only for the army. What kind of trouble did you have in mind?

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - Well, the neighbors (son-in-law's sister) just up the road was robbed the other day! Someone has run down a tree in our daughter's front yard. A number of other nogoodniks have dumped trash along the road. Lots of trash! Others driven past their house to a more hidden area where they sell and buy drugs.

Just normal stuff in South Florida!

Lake Weir Realty, Inc said...

Hello Jacob and Lois Anne! I did get to see the wonderful picture of a house on Lake Weir here on your Florida Fotos. It was a very old house. Great shot on that one as well. Thank you for stopping by! I will keep up to date on yours as well.

cieldequimper said...

Charming. I'll remember the trash idea for when I hate someone with a passion. Just kidding. It's kind of "normal" stuff everywhere isn't it, it's also sad that these guys have NOTHING better to do with their lives.

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - I'm afraid it's all too normal everywhere...but it's a bit more frightening when you're sitting in a house all alone out in the swamps quite a ways removed for other homes and roads.

Jacob said...

@ Ciel again - I don't want to give the wrong impression: It's a beautiful home of 3,000 square feet...but it's way out in the boonies!

cieldequimper said...

Yes, I imagine it must be frightening. Nowhere is 100% safe anymore. The moon maybe but please let's leave her alone.

Lisa Wilson said...

My first thought was maybe they are looking places to hunt this fall and winter. Hopefully they weren't scoping out places to rob.