“There ain’t no tacky like Southern tacky.”
I’ve seen it all: pink flamingos filling the yard, trees painted white up to head high, tires half-buried as borders around the flowers, junk freezers at the driveway end for the trash (can anyone spell t-r-a-s-h b-e-n-d.)
These are the things I love about Southern Living (and I’m not talking about the magazine.)
Here’s one of my local favorites: taking the head of a huge catfish and hanging it on a highway sign. Don’t ask me why, but I’ve see them from time to time. One hung on Mitchell Harper Rd. near East Beauregard for over a year.
This specimen hangs proudly at the intersection on La. 463 with its intersection with La. 121 near Hineston, La.
Like I said, “There ain’t no tacky like Southern tacky.”