Cee’s Odd Ball – 8

This is the view we have as we walk out the front door of our house.  Yes, it is a retired passenger bus!!  Our neighbor converted it into a motor home for he and his wife to travel.  Before he finished the inner renovations of the “motor home”, his wife passed away; prior to his move next door to us.  At first, I was horrified each time I walked out the door or returned home with the unsightly view.  Now, I do not even notice it.  In fact, it would seem stranger if it suddenly disappeared.

Odd Ball - 8b

Odd Ball - 8a

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Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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9 Responses to Cee’s Odd Ball – 8

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Such great photos for this week. The lighting was superb! 🙂


  2. prior says:

    how fun that this is your view – and it is neat how you are cool with it there – i think it is a nice thing. Our neighbor in Denver had a 5th wheel and someone was saying it was against HOA covenant but we did not care the least…. or at least we were so used to it we did not even notice – like your example. ha!


  3. Its Bloody enormous!!! I guess someone blessed you with a wide reaching definition of beauty 🙂 …Luv Dawny xxx


  4. cindy knoke says:

    Wow!!! I don’t know how I would respond to this!! It is certainly unusual~


  5. Interesting and kinda cool 😉


  6. shoreacres says:

    They should turn that thing into a B&B — a bus and breakfast! Actually, in Australia and New Zealand, campgrounds use old buses and such like that as housing for people at campgrounds. They spiff them up and rent them out. Very nice!


    • becca givens says:

      I wouldn’t mind staying in a B&B of this sort — under the right situation. I use to think of it as an eyesore — and many of our visitors do as well … but overtime, it has become my privacy fence. I would feel “exposed” without it. 😀


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