Out & About—Eastern San Diego post-apocalyptic folk art

Out & About

I left Zoey the Cool Cat at 5:45 this morning to go find Dead Dolly Lane.

Yes.

Dead Dolly Lane.

I found it.

Happy Thanksgiving from Dead Dolly Lane.

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

Dead Dolly Lane

A Google search for Dead Dolly Lane San Diego wasn’t much help.

One bicyclist/blogger calls it “Eastern San Diego post-apocalyptic folk art.” Alrighty…..

Another blogger asks, “What is it about San Diego’s rural southeast county that attracts the fantastically absurd characters that create these horrible images?” and then ends with “I love it!”

That’s it. I have so many questions but there don’t seem to be any answers.

I'm Zoey the Cool Cat, and I approve this post

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