Foo often thinks he sees UFOs, but this one was for real and on stilts and apparently a home. Those aliens are quite bold to live in such an open place. Foo didn't dare get closer for fear of abduction.
Foo got into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, and he was so honored by it that he took a bow. Then they told him he actually had to ride a motorcycle to actually be in it, and being in it wasn't necessarily physical.
Just like Foo, this motorcycle has written on it, "Never Say Die." Well, Foo doesn't have it written on him, but he abides by that motto, having survived several mishaps, including the loss and reattachment of part of his tail.
Foo loves the daring stuff, and this guy doing a pop-a-wheelie inside as still as a photograph was super interesting. Apparently he went by the name Wheelie Man and has world records. Foo is going to try to beat those some day.
Now this little rider was really really tiny, so tiny that Foo could probably run faster that he could ride. Foo still maintains that this was the mouse on the motorcycle despite evidence to the contrary.
Foo was intriguing by these multiethnic heads on these oblong pillars in front of the Westerville library. Perhaps it was that everyone should read? Foo likes to read, too, although he didn't read the description on the statue, so fail on him.
Foo was just wandering through the garden and came upon these little morsels that looked amusing, but he was not alone.
Although he could have been scared, Foo just addressed this newcomer the way he always does: with a smile and the offer of a photo op. The giant mantis was only too happy to oblige, but Foo left when it started rubbing its front claws together.