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The place to be

Is Dinosaur, Colorado.  Check out the awesome street names:

A link to the map is here.  I know a number of people, not all with ages in single figures, who would sell their souls for the ability to give out 13 Tyrannosaurus Street as an address.


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Blogger James Higham said... 8:18 am

I just posted a comment elsewhere that history is the place to be and lo and behold - your post heading.  

Blogger Blue Eyes said... 8:53 am

I expect the property prices are rather more affordable on 3rd, 5th, etc..  

Blogger Nick Drew said... 9:42 am

an old photographic interpreter writes ...

to judge from the surroundings, that is Fred Flintstone's quarry !  

Blogger Croydonian said... 9:50 am

BE - Probably. I hear that streets named for writers outsell ones with more mundane names.

ND - Could be.  

Blogger Pavlov's Cat said... 9:53 am

I love the alliteration as well

Camptosaurus Cresent ( which is straight)
Ceratosaurus Circle ( also straight)
Brontosaurus Boulevard

Can you imagine giving directions

"Yeah go straight on Stegosaurus Freeway and then left into Triceratops Terrace"

How cool is that  

Blogger Croydonian said... 9:56 am

P's C - Agreed. It is epically cool.  

Anonymous Chris said... 1:05 pm

All it needs is a "Velociraptor Villas" and I'm there!  

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