So here it is. Booger Hollow Trading Post operated in this spot for forty years and owed much success to the high-frequency roadsigns announcing the attraction.
"Booger Hollow Ten Miles."
"Booger Hollow Nine Miles."
"Booger Hollow Eight Miles."
By the time you actually got there, you're desperately curious!
The trading post consisted of a gift shop, a diner and some hillbilly signage. The Booger Hollow Double Decker Outhouse had a lower level that was practical, but the upper facility was closed "until we git the plummin' figgered out" the sign says! The attraction is closed now but stands pretty much the same today as it was thirty-five years ago. You can never forget a place like Booger Hollow!
The gift shop featured loads of hillbilly themed knick-knacks as well as local products like honey, sorghum and lye soap. The diner offered the usual fare, but with a colorfully worded menu aimed right at the gigglebox of your carbound, stir-crazy kids... "boogerburger," "boogerdog," etc.
All joking aside, this small community found a way to pay the bills. Using a little humor and ingenuity, this out-of-the-way slice of Americana is a safe place to live for it's few residents. A good place to call "HOME," is most likely what they would tell you if you asked...
Have a Happy 4th of July!