When driving US 19/98 in Florida, I invariably stop at the Burger King in Perry. This Saturday evening was no exception. The cars and pickups were lined up to go through the drive-through. A couple of them had dogs standing on/in the back of the pickups, not an uncommon sight around here. This truck was beautifully lined up in front of the Burger King logo all lit up – but by the time I got my camera going it had moved – so I considered myself lucky to get this photo. It’s a bit cliche and a bit iconic I guess…..
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