A View from the Road

A View from the Road

Follow To Market   As the northeast gets ready for winter storm Stella, with the expectations of blizzardy conditions – here is a picture which Kate snapped, going south on the 95 – that will hopefully remind those of you preparing to deal with feet of snow that warmer days will come....
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A View from the Road

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February 21, 2017

Follow A Topiary Truck     I love road side advertising; the more creative the better! I was driving down Jefferies Boulevard in Waterboro, South Carolina, when I spotted this very clever View From the Road; I had to turn around.   Bishops Auto Body Shop had cut their shrubbery to...
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A View from the Road

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January 9, 2017

Follow An Unfinished View Driving through Louisville Kentucky, I was forced to stop as this unique View From the Road, caught my attention.  At first, I found it a bit comical, but then began thinking about the notion of a façade; and how so often the only thing which seems to...
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A View from the Road

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December 11, 2016

Follow Christmas in Kennebunkport Maine     Watching the people gather across the road, on the bridge, of course raised our curiosity, but did not detour us from our walk. We continued over the bridge to the display which had caught our eye, when we drove into town.  However, we did...
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A View from the Road

Follow A Month Deserving a Second View From The Road   This was Kate’s View From The Road, when she landed in New York City this morning; pretty amazing to see the nation’s top candidates airplanes, on the tarmac, on the day this election was finally decided, it has been a...
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November 4, 2016

Follow Congratulations to the Chicago Cubs!     A View From Where the Victory Was Won   These pages are probably the only thing in my life that I do consistently, thus I do not regularly watch any sports, until the championships show up and then I become a bit more...
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October 7, 2016

Follow The Umbrella Had it been a white or black umbrella, the effect would not have been the same, but somehow this bright, almost florescent umbrella, made the solitary woman, staring out at the Everglades, entirely inviting. She appeared to be alone and completely enthralled with her View, and I at...
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September 14, 2016

Follow Electric What?   I love everything about this sign, and the establishment it advertises. I suppose, in no small part, my interest comes from having stayed in so many of these types of motels, throughout my life, but also because it represents what feels like a bygone era, a time...
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August 3, 2016

Follow I Do Not Know Her Name!     Do you have pictures like this? I met this woman, at the hotel we were staying, well more like a rooming house in Chelsea, where only female guest were permitted.  She was on her way to India, if I recall, having settled...
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July 10, 2016

Follow The Nuns Too Deserve a Treat   Little screams out summer has arrived, especially in places with inclement weather, than stopping by for a chilly treat, in this case, Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, in Missouri. As everyone went about ordering their custard, a group of nuns arrived, bringing with them...
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