ho ho ho … huh?!

Take a look at this photo.

There’s a Maytag washer in it if you correctly identify.

Whaddya reckon? A stack of freebies set in front of a craigslister’s house? Someone’s cleaned out the closet? Is packing up the decorations?

Noooooope. {zoom out}

And in its totality:

And it’s not for display. As the flyer attached by the Merry Christmas sign at the back indicates:

So let’s, uh, take a tour.

The back half:

 

arty bike seat

rear plates

rear tire

seat back

world clock on seat back

mini-lights on seat back

Now to the front half:

bike front

bike audio and power

front power

front plates

And of course no sleigh — or “holidazed” ride — is complete without Rudolph with his flashing red nose leading the pack …

Rudolph

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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. inaformerlifeanexpat
    Mar 17, 2011 @ 17:50:35

    Someone has too much time on thier hands.

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  2. Karyn @ kloppenmum
    Mar 17, 2011 @ 21:54:56

    Too tired to comment in any coherent way.
    Not sure what I think.
    It is *very* busy.

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  3. aubrey
    Mar 18, 2011 @ 01:11:39

    I’ve always liked holiday decorations that stay up all year…it’s so hopeful, somehow.

    Have you ever been to this museum?

    And all things considered, it must be very be VERY difficult to pedal – I hope he watches those sharp turns!

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    • allycatadventures
      Mar 18, 2011 @ 11:38:05

      @aubrey – I’ve indeed been to the state history museum, on one of their free days, and it is excellent. Unfortunately, like so much else, its hours have been slashed recently due to the budget and I believe there is talk of closing it, which would be a real loss to Tacoma.

      Hopefully the artist has mastered the art of slow pedaling. Not to mention defensive driving. Inattentive drivers in his presence are certainly in no small number.

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  4. fotografzahl
    Mar 18, 2011 @ 03:15:54

    In German we have this nice word “Kitsch”…
    Isn’t it time for some Easter decoration right now?

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    • allycatadventures
      Mar 18, 2011 @ 11:42:45

      @fotografzahl – Kitsch is one of those German words that’s been adopted for common use in the States (if not other regions of Western cultures). LOL – if I happen upon his bike again, I’ll be sure to check for whether the Easter Bunny leads in the stead of Rudolph. 🙂

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  5. lexiemom
    Mar 21, 2011 @ 05:21:58

    Mmmm…that’s classy!

    Reply

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