Back in the day, I played bridge. In those golden olden days, "no Trump" was a bid. It didn't have extra meanings. Just a contract bid. Three no trump equaled "a game." Seven no trump was THE bid, to take every trick and the high card of the led suit won. Even a two of … Continue reading WHEN NO-TRUMP WAS A BRIDGE BID – Marilyn Armstrong
RDP Tuesday: Bridge There is a small stone bridge over the Blackstone River where it meets the canal and become two pieces. I photograph it frequently in pretty much every season except deep winter when it's inaccessible due to snow. I love that little bridge. Stone bridge. Actually, it's Route 16 on its way to … Continue reading RAGTAG DAILY PROMPT- THE BRIDGE
A Photo a Week Challenge: Bridges We don't have any big bridges near us, but we do have bridges. Footbridges. River bridges on every road. Railroad bridges. Highway overpasses.
SURVIVING JONES INLET IN A VERY SMALL SAILBOAT Gwaihir, my 16-foot Soling was a doughty sloop. Built of fiberglass, aluminum and a bit of teak for deck, rails, and hatch, she lived in my basement through the off-season. I lovingly painted her hull and lavished layers of varnish on her brightwork. I co-owned the little … Continue reading REPELLING THE BRIDGE – Marilyn Armstrong
We had just enough sunshine to get out of the house and down to the canal. About an hour in total. A quiet day with the river shining like glass. May telling me that summer really is here ... or nearly so.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – May 4, 2018
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – March 30, 2018 The Which Way challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on. You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible. Any angle … Continue reading WHICH WAY – BRIDGE, WALKWAY, ROAD AND LIFT