Today, on our way back home from Arkansas, we briefly stopped in the smallish (approximate population 31,000) western New York town of Jamestown. We've passed by the Jamestown exit on the Interstate several times over the years, and this time, we decided to stop.
For its small size, a good number of famous people came from Jamestown. The most famous, perhaps, is the late Lucille Ball (yes, I plan to blog about her and Jamestown at a later date) but, for birders, the most famous man may be the late naturalist/artist Roger Tory Peterson.
We wanted to visit the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History but the Google Apps on my iPhone apparently was having a bad day. After some fumbling around, we ended up on a dead end street. We were running out of time, so decided to get some gas and head out.
The gas station had a convenience store/ McDonalds. We generally use McDonalds for coffee (it's good) but one look inside, and we had to have lunch there.
This is what we saw on the walls.
This McDonalds is for the birds.
Maybe one day we'll return to Jamestown, and find the Institute.
What's the most interesting eating place you've ever found?