Driving home from work can be an adventure. For that matter, so can driving TO work. You just never know what you're going to see either ON the road in front of you causing you to swerve to avoid hitting it (as is the case here), or what is laying on the shoulder or roadside. For today's fun, I was on Loop 250 at the Midkiff Exit when I had to flip to the passing lane to avoid hitting---of all things---A BASSINET! It was missing its hood or topper but didn't look like a typical crib so I'm guessing that's what this is. Reminded me of the old Bugs Bunny cartoon with the criminal who was the size of a baby, who dressed himself in a onesie but had a five o'clock shadow on his face... I think they called the character "Baby Finster".

Anyway--looked like Baby Finster's getaway car lol.

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A while back (way before any of the construction on 191 started), I was driving home and saw fully assembled white ceiling fans (blades/housing/motors) just laying on the shoulder one day in the dirt. No clue how they got there and they weren't quite as small as a household fan, but not as big as an industrial one you'd find on a wind farm-more like something from a ceiling in a factory. Maybe they were new and being hauled to their installation location, maybe they were broken and being taken away as junk-but whatever the case-odd to see on the roadside.

That got us talking at the stations... What do YOU typically see on the side of the road besides maybe roadkill in your travels? Anything typical? Anything unusual? Comment below and tell us!

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