Just passing by when the rear of this shop - in Winter - caught my eye. Somebody's very artistic.
City of Hotdogs
Carl's is located at the intersection of Jeffery, South Chicago and 83rd Street. For several decades it was originally on 83rd until it was bought out by the Church and it moved across the Street. It now has a drive-thru, which I really like.
Chicago is known for it's deep-dish pizza, but many say that the Hotdog is king in Chicago. I went to WWW.Chicago best hotdog. com to look at their list and locations for Chicago's best Hotdogs: Superdawg Drive in --- Vienna Beef Factory and Cafe --- Flukys --- Big & Littles --- Byron's Hotdog Haus Wrigleyville --- Chubby Wieners --- Fat Jonnies Red Hots --- Gene & Judes --- Jim's Original University Village --- Murphy's Red Hots --- RedHot Ranch --- Wolfys .
What Say You?
February 2018: Summer is gone, Christmas is gone and the last Administration is gone. (Click)
An unusual sight. Normally, only garages are off Chicago alleys. I wonder which came first. The house or the alley.
Snowy Sweet Sounds
35th and King Drive.
There's always a new building adding to the Loop's Skyline. Shot through the passenger window. while at a Stoplight.
I'm just hoping for one of my 50 bucks squares take a hit.
The Harp Tree
I don't know the correct name for this work of art. It reminds me of a Harp. Jackson Park at 59th & LSD.
I ride along Lake Shore Drive often and the colors of the sky and the waters are inconstant. At dawn and in the evening, the Great Lake & the horizon change colors as though they are fashion conscious.
On this evening the horizon was not painted with that usual myriad of colors and the waters were not dark & muddy-like or sky-blue, but an aquamarine blue or maybe an aquamarine green. The scene was subdued and the heavy air was calming and very peaceful. Off of the south Lakefront.
A Winter Portrait
Round bout Belmont Harbor.