Friday, February 24, 2006

tools for happiness here in oak creek



shopping carts lead a clean, easy, troublefree life here in oak creek. after use patrons push them correctly into their stalls.

that white wave-like look is salt dryed on the neatly painted pavement, not water. the stores around here keep the parking lot completely salted down to melt the ice and snow. nice and clean. slipping on ice does not send you into your happy place-shopping does. so then shopping carts and their stalls are a tool for complete happiness.

5 comments:

3rdfloor20 said...
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Andreea said...

i love this photo. and the whole salt thing. might have something to do with possible lawsuits?! :)

Nicola said...

The concept seems to work - there are not cart left so I guess they all went shopping.

I remember from the time we used to live in California that they had automatic breaks on the carts so you couldn't take them off the parking lot. That was to prevent that they would be stolen by homeless people. Do you have the same in Wisconsin?

Btw, thanks for adding my link to your site! I've updated mine with yours as well. :)

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Rob said...

I still remember you stealing one. That was the funniest thing I ever saw. Still funny.