Drive By Dumpster Diving and Stuff

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Noted

Hubby and I took a little drive after a scrumptious Father’s Day lunch yesterday. I wish someone would pay me to do this full-time. I love the little surprises that present themselves.

dumpster diving garage sofa

Come on in and sit a spell ~

Dumpster diving

Who is she talking to?

I have nothing against dumpster diving. But what caught me off guard was this lady was talking quite expressively to no one. Hence the, “Stop the car” to hubby. Thank goodness for a great zoom.

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Oh…of course….the guy inside the dumpster!

What a relief when this man’s head popped up out of the dumpster. I think. I mentioned to hubby that I thought dumpster diving was okay, but that I would never want to be the one inside the dumpster! I should not have asked the next question….. “You haven’t ever gotten inside a dumpster, have you?” Silence. More Silence. Then ~ “Nope. I just lifted the kids over.” One day they may need therapy.

drive by dumpster diving... toilet

Hubby said no. 😦

dumpster diving basketball goal

Just ’cause ~

Have a Great Week Friends! Be nice to people. You never know what they may be dealing with today. ♥

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18 Responses to Drive By Dumpster Diving and Stuff

  1. joannesisco says:

    I love your collection of odd pictures and captions!

  2. I love the picture of the car with sticky notes all over them.

  3. That got me laughing! Great post!

  4. Steve says:

    When I was 13 we moved near a Howard Johnson restaurant bakery/warehouse. On Friday and Saturday nights the younger kids were the dumpster divers (for the 16+’ers), and we would retrieve all the out-of-date baked goods, fruit, and eggs; and then have major food fights that spilled over onto the neighboring establishments.

  5. Tracy says:

    My father used to go dumpster diving. OMG! The “treasures” we found after he died. He always said you may find some good “junk”!.

  6. I can’t quite read what the post-it-note windshield says. “Single …..???” I have no aversion to dumpster diving but I don’t want to be CAUGHT at it. So most of my dumpster diving is done on Craigslist FREE. I got some freshly cut bamboo and a range hood for Poppie’s house.

  7. What a great gallery of oddball pics! The car with all the post-it notes, made me laugh. Do you think the owner got the message in the end? 😀

  8. 1ejb says:

    The car with all the post-it notes, pretty. Dumpster shopping. What a way to spend the day. You never know what you’ll find until you look. Elizabeth
    http://2sellmybooks.wordpress.com

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