The Vibe… Little Red Riding Hood Would Be Proud

As I’m cruising along doing my work these days, certain places and certain neighborhoods put out a certain vibe.

Some of these neighborhoods feel quite welcoming, while others I’d rather not venture into… and I certainly wouldn’t venture into them if I didn’t have business in the area.

Yesterday I blogged about the weird vibe I got from this place:


I didn’t stumble across any weird cemetery today, however, I was stuck in a weird neighborhood where none of the house addresses were either posted on the front entrance of their place… or their house!

What this then requires me to do… is make a “Courtesy Contact” where I’m supposed to ask for information from the resident about the address of the location only.

Well many of these people don’t have their addresses posted for a reason!  They simply don’t want visitors coming on to their property at all.  Needless to say, today I was in a few of those neighborhoods.

Why does it always seem that the houses that don’t have their addresses posted are the ones that seem to have the big ass scary dogs!

In a few neighborhoods today, I felt like I was dangerously close to getting my car stuck because I was doing some serious off roading!  Mind you I’m not using the 4×4 for this job that I normally drive to work… simply because I’m seriously putting on some serious mileage on my car and I figure if the Government is going to pay me for the mileage… I my as well try to suck as much out of the government as I can… since they have no problem sucking money out of me when it comes their turn.

Today, I ran across a pretty cool house.  Needless to say… I wasn’t too worried about approaching the owner.  Gee… I wonder who lives here?


Little Red Riding Hood would be proud of me today!

3 Responses

  1. I’m sort of a world away from you, but all the same I surely can relate to and confirm your observation about numberless houses and big snarly dogs! (Muddy roads, too!)

  2. I really love these pictures you are taking throughout Puna! That Grandma gate is priceless and I agree with Maui, I think it would be fun inside the gate. Sort of like the Hawaiian version of Jackson’s Never Land.

  3. OOoOOhhhh I love that gate – Tigger and Grandmas – I think that would be a fun place! :)

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