End of the Trail Laundry

End of the Trail Laundry

Lewis and Clark are a really big deal around here. Really big. So big, even their laundry merits attention. Thanks to Monday Mural, I’m now on the lookout for murals everywhere I go, so I was delighted to spy this one inside a local laundromat as I was driving by. It was a very fun find. For more murals, go here.

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12 Responses to End of the Trail Laundry

  1. Inverness DP says:

    Those red plastic chairs look so uncomfortable.

  2. VioletSky says:

    that is a nice looking mural.
    and I love the harvest gold washing machines and the 70s chairs (actually, those chairs are quite comfortable!)

  3. Lowell says:

    End of the Trail Laundry? That is so funny. I guess every place needs some notoriety to feel special. Ocala, as you must know by now, is the “horse capital of the world”! And that’s the truth!

    Thanks for your nice comments, Amy! They are much appreciated!

  4. Halcyon says:

    Oh, this is so cute and funny! I love the idea of Lewis and Clark stopping in to give their clothes a spin. History follows us into every aspect of life I guess! 🙂

  5. What a great theme for a mural. Love the laundromat name too.

  6. What a great theme for a mural. I love the laundromat’s name too.

  7. Love this. Is that a bunch of nekkid explorers in the background waiting for their clothes to dry? Too funny. Bet Lewis and Clark would have appreciated the convenience of a laundromat on their trek to the left coast. Also like the retro vibe of the chairs and the machine colors you find in this laundromat. Thanks for contributing to Monday Mural.

  8. RedPat says:

    Nice mural! I love the retro chairs!

  9. Linda says:

    What a delightful find! Makes for a much more interesting laundry time too!

  10. Thanks for the comments, everyone! I appreciate them!

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