A View from the Road

A View from the Road

Follow Along Route 66      Route 66 is not what it once was, sad to say; but it still has its moments! There is ample reason to digress from the well paved and maintained highways, to touch a bit of the old Mother Road.  The route begins in Chicago and...
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April 5, 2016

Follow A View of Sam Houston     Driving on the I-45, I spied the 77 foot tall sculpture of General Sam Houston, “A Tribute to Courage” and had to exit, to take a closer look;  I do love how everything is always bigger in Texas!     Approaching the General    ...
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March 4, 2016

Follow The Gateway Arch     Recently, I had the privilege of a spectacular View From The Road, of The Gateway Arch, which though familiar, never fails to inspire in me a feeling of awe, at not only its grandeur, but what it represents. Sitting on the Mississippi River, The Gateway...
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February 15, 2016

Follow Irony Walking through the streets of the Back Bay, in Boston, I came across this set of signs; though it is obvious one is the name of the street and the other a directive to drivers, it did momentarily warm a very chilly stroll.

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January 12, 2016

Follow A View From Behind the Wing, On the Road     I glanced out my window; to be enchanted by so much beauty and wonder.    

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December 12, 2015

Follow Even Santa Needs A Break     Driving through Somersworth New Hampshire, I spotted this simple, but perfect Christmas display.  I hope you will enjoy the whimsy of this View From The Road, as much as I do.

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November 10, 2015

Follow An Idealized View I rarely photograph strangers, and when I do, as in this case, I do not share identifiable images; this woman, walked in front of me, while I was strolling through the streets of Chicago, and I simply had to snap this shot – her manner, dress, hair,...
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October 6, 2015

Follow Lucero Alcaraz, Treven Taylor Anspach, Rebecka Ann Cranes, Quinn Glen Cooper, Kim Saltmarsh Dietz, Lucas Eibel, Jason Dale Johnson, Lawrence Levine, and Sarena Dawn Moore     Yesterday, as I was driving home, I noticed the flag, in our little town, at half-staff; I looked at the seemingly idyllic setting,...
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September 5, 2015

Follow A Day Late and a Dollar Short     I happened to be in South Carolina, the week the Confederate flag was taken down, at the State House, in response to the senseless and brutal murder of a group of people, at a Bible study.   I had debated whether...
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August 3, 2015

Follow A True New England View     Unattended entrepreneurial adventures are one of the things, which I still find delightful about New England. It is not unusual to drive by a display of flowers, baked goods, herbs, honey or even pickles, with a sign announcing the price and instructions on...
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