Thursday, 26 May 2022

Golden Arches


I think most of us can relate to the McDonald's sign on the right of this photo, they are just about everywhere. A photo snapped while sitting in the passenger seat of B's work truck as we were driving through town. I was pleased to read though that McDonalds has withdrawn from Russia - now that's something positive.

Linking up with Skywatch Friday and Tom's Signs.

6 comments:

William Kendall said...

I haven't had any in years.

Tigger said...

Have never had one, but it's a long story about pigheadedness. Glad you found the comments. We worried you might think we were ignoring you and we really look forward to your slices of home. Surprised you don't hear moreporks on the Coast. I recall they were plentiful up Motueka way and expected them in all the native bush areas on the Coast. Is a conservation program called for?

Iris Flavia said...

I just started watching the movie based on Ray Kroc, the founder of Maccas.
I´ve read the book, too, and sadly gave it away, interesting story!

Einari Sinappi said...

The street I live has a McDonalds, it´s drive-in is 24/7. Only couple of times in a year I eat there. It´s ok food but not the healtiest choice. Good to see it´s withdrawing from Russia. 💙💛

Tom said...

...the Golden Arches isn't a favorite place for me.

Ms Donyarific said...

We have the Golden Arches in our town here in the province, I always thought of taking a photo of it just that way.. hmm, I think I did - with the moringa pod trees in the background for my advert 2 years ago :) It is still my favorite place to go when my grand daughter wants burger and fries. Glad to know McDonald's is withdrawing from Russia and taking a stand.

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