PICK SOMETHING FROM THE PHOTO: Cee's Fun Foto Challenge On the road again. Lots of great road pictures from every season of every year. We aren't driving nearly as much now as we used to, so I think I'll be relying more on archives.
The strategy and rhythm of life are different between your working years and retirement. Garry reminded me that he's busy. By this he means he's reading two books -- one audio, the other print. He's trying to keep up with his email and stuff on Serendipity and occasionally write a few things, too. Which made … Continue reading A NEW STRATEGY FOR LIFE – Marilyn Armstrong
Vanishing or Leading Lines I always enjoy my chance to watch paths, tracks, and roads disappear at the horizon line.
When the GPS's first came out and the prices dropped from ridiculously high to more-or-less normal, I was an immediate consumer. I was working in Groton, Connecticut which was more than 140 miles from my home. Even though I didn't have to go in every day, three days a week of driving 280 miles round … Continue reading USING A GPS IN NEW ENGLAND – Marilyn Armstrong
Bright highways The road goes ever on and on ... We are forever on the road. Local road, railroad, highway, byway. Some golden roads seem to exist just to remind us that the world is sometimes better than it has been lately.
HOMEWARD BOUND INTO THE SUNSET - BECKY B'S JANUARY SQUARES It was just another day coming home from the doctor. Our house is due west from the doctor's office. I knew this because the sun was in our eyes all the way home. I thought it would be dark when we got back, but there … Continue reading HOMEWARD BOUND #7 – Marilyn Armstrong
It was a cold night. Not just wintry cold, but a deep, damp, clammy cold that climbed into your joints and made everything hurt. A light fog covered the ground yet it shed no light. If you squinted, you could see two hulking bodies approaching the junction, each coming down a different path. No need … Continue reading CROSSROADS AND CONTRACTS – Marilyn Armstrong