I drove to Daughter’s college town yesterday for the last visit before graduation on June 8.
In the recent past, I would often stop at a McDonalds to grab a quick drink. It was directly on the way, so the stop never affected the travel schedule for more than 1-2 minutes.
This is what I saw on yesterday’s drive.
Closed? Temporarily closed? For remodeling? What the ????
There is nothing there! The old McDonalds has been completely dismantled. The lot is a huge area of dirt – just dirt.
How can something that doesn’t exist be considered “temporarily closed?”
How can it be considered a remodel when there isn’t anything standing to remodel? Remodel is defined as an improvement to a structure. If there is no structure, how can it be improved?
- A new McDonalds appearing soon.
- Rebuilding Ronald’s Restaurant.
Lame- yes. But more accurate than the current signage. Am I being too picky here?
(Sorry for vague pictures. I was driving and could only hold camera up and shoot. But I captured the sign!!)