More Sinks

It’s been a while since I posted about sinks. And since it’s a Tuesday…

…and I’m in a restless sort of mood…

…and I have a few pictures of sinks on my cell phone that I haven’t yet shared with the world…

…here is a sink post!

During some recent drives, I have pulled over at a couple of rest stops with interesting sinks. Like this one. I’m sorry…but do you see how TINY that facucet is? All that nice, empty sink space and they stick the damn faucet an inch away from the back of the sink. Ridiculous!

Then there’s this one. Not only does it look like a trough, but the soap dispensers are built into it as well-they are the little black squares. The faucets are the silver triangles pointing downward. This seems like a great idea, from a distance, until you are standing in front of it and you can’t see where the faucet actually is. Then it becomes a very annoying thing because you have to peer underneath the upper counter to see where the water is, and the soap. Sad, sad state of sinkdom, that.

But fortunately, there is some sanity in the world of sinks. This one actually has a spout that is angled so you can actually wash your hands without smacking them on the sides of the sink! Yay!


Happy Tuesday, sink-scouts!


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