This year's rodeo princess takes a ride around the arena. WA
A young girl carrying the 4H flag at a local rodeo. WA.
Miss Teem Rodeo rides a parade lap at a local rodeo in Shelton, WA.
Take the bull (or even a steer) by the horns is still the best way to show responsibility. WA
School children celebrate Washington State's centennial by honoring 100 years of rain. WA.
Boy Scouts celebrate 100 years by carry their flags at a Fourth of July Parade. WA
Americans are addicted to their cell phones and when vacationing at Crater Lake National Park, the highest priority is to call someone and say, "Guess where I am?" OR
Even when watching a lovely sunset Americans feel compelled to share it with the rest of the world by showing how much their pets enjoy it too. OR
The world is one big phone booth except for cell-free zones.
Americans are very protective of their big pick up trucks as illustrated by this sheltered truck. WA
Even an old rusty Chevy is better than none. WA
One is good but three are better, no matter what the brand. WA
You can have it all - RV, pickup truck, boat, house and the American flag. WA.
When it rains it pours and Americans tend to cover their prized possessions with plastic tarps - blue is preferred. WA
Even if Americans can't drive their Dodge pick up trucks, at least it's in safe keeping with the maple tree family. WA
Americans create tons of junk every year and thankfully, someone makes a living recycling our old cars and trucks. WA
Americans love their toys and when you can buy a Caddy and boat with one check, it's definitely a dream come true. WA
Large RVs continue to roll down the highways of America dispite the rising price of gas. WA
Americans dream of the good old days when gas was less than a dollar a gallon.
America's first real sports car was the Corvette and this 1959 model still sports the treasured hood emblem. WA
There is hope even after death. WA
Americans love to buy exercise machines and when the dream of becoming fit fades under the rainbow of hope, these machines still hold onto the dream. WA
Tip toeing through the tulips is a child's dream come true. WA
Go fly your kite can be fun. Long Beach, WA
Someone lost a shoe and American honesty will find the rightful owner. WA
America's natural beauty is readily available to those willing to hike the Pacific Crest Trail in Washington State.
A historic barn on Anderson Island, WA.
Eggs may be cheaper in the country but finding them can be a challenge. WA
In the wild west of rural Oregon stealing cattle is still an issue. OR
The Sunbeam Bread girl is an icon of yesteryear throughout America especially in Lacey, WA
A disabled war veteran weeps at the Vietnam Memorial in Olympia, WA.
Whether it's a yellow ribbon or yellow rose, war heroes all deserve the right to come home and to be honored their the ultimate sacrifice made to protect America. WA
The people of Washington State honor their veterans of the Vietnam War. WA
Remembering the Vietnam War will hopefully prevent future wars. WA
A loyal American flies her colors - red, blond and blue. WA
Proud biker wearing all that for which he stands. WA
Only in America do we have our choice of 22 different wheeled carts to carry all of our stuff.
Bad kitty or nice kitty, Americans love their pets. WA
Americans love their music no matter how they obtain it or the risks involved. WA
This metal sculpture helps Americans remember to recognize 'a lot of bull' when we hear it. WA
Religious believes are displayed in many ways. WA
Liquor bottles lit from behind. WA
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