WHICH WAY? – Marilyn Armstrong

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Which way to go on a bright, hot, murky summer’s day? I think we’re going to hit the grocery store, but not until late in the day. It is simply too hot and muggy to be outside right now.

Main Street

NOT ANY WHICH WAY! THIS WAY – Marilyn Armstrong

Which Way Photo Challenge – 02/07/2019

Going somewhere? And which way are you going?

There’s a long way and a shorter way. Big roads and little roads as well as a dirt road and a grass path. And of course sidewalks

Plus a long flight of stairs and a chairlift.

On the road to Skowhegan

Worcester-Providence Railroad

Stairway down

On the road in sleet

The chair lift

Back when we had winter, this was a winter road

Stairway to the river

Bonnie on the stairs

WHICH WAY? OUR DIRECTIONLESS LIFE … Marilyn Armstrong

Follow – If You Dare!

Lost again? No problem! Just follow us and you’ll discover places you’ve never seen (or even heard of) before. You will find nooks and crannies previously undiscovered by man or automobile!

Come with us as we ride the roads that go nowhere and walk down docks that end in the river. And wear washable shoes, because there is always plenty of sucking mud.

Muddy banks, short dock

Driving by the stone fence

Photo: Garry Armstrong – In the distance

Photo: Garry Armstrong – Downtown Douglas

A back street in Uxbridge

MANY WAYS TO WHICH – Marilyn and Garry Armstrong

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Haven’t been out much this month, though I have a few odds and ends from last month.

Little girls and short dock into the river

Route 16 bridge over the river

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Stepping down to the river

To the museum

Somewhere in Uxbridge

THE WHICH WAY CHALLENGE – UP DOWN OR ALONG THE SIDE

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – June 9, 2017

Stairs to the Tea Party Museum, Boston Wharf

The wharf in Boston, walkways

Striding the deck

Ramps and wharves over the water

Old (now demolished) bridge over the Blackstone – A graphic presentation

WHICH WAY BY THE MILL AND POND – GARRY ARMSTRONG

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – May 5, 2017


Passing the old Linwood Mill by the pond

The road passes between the old mill and adjoins the pond. Welcome to the pond!

Old stone steps lead down to the water, but only the swans use them today

Cross from one side of the pond to the mill on the other

KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE – GARRY ARMSTRONG

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – April 14, 2017


More from our town — mid-April with spring coming on.

You need to keep on the sunny side!

Or, maybe on the other sunny side?

Main Street

The corner by the barber shop

WINTER WHICH WAYS IN SNOW – GARRY ARMSTRONG

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – February 17, 2017


Garry had the camera this week. He gets to be “the guy.”

I love all of these. There are many more, but I ran out of time before I ran out of subjects. 

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CEE’S “WHICH WAY” PHOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – January 25, 2017


The sun goes down, but the road goes ever on.

The sun goes down, but the road goes ever on.

The gate is open, but no one is going through.

The gate is open, but no one is going through.

Garry creates the way on a snowy morning.

Garry creates the way on a snowy morning. He should be wearing boots. At least socks. We call this “winter denial.” If I refuse to wear boots, it isn’t really winter.” It doesn’t work for me, but it works for my guy.

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WHICH WAY – EARLY NOVEMBER

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – November 2, 2016


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Probably my favorite autumn scene. I think I have a full ten years of October photos of the canal.

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The new bridge across the river in Slatersville, RI

Crooked Poll, er Pole

Crooked Poll, er Pole

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Autumn lane, desaturated

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WHICH WAY AS AUTUMN ENDS …

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – October 19, 2016


Bridge over the Blackstone

Bridge over the Blackstone

Straight to Rhode Island ...

Straight ahead to Rhode Island …

A walk on a warm day in October

A walk on a warm day in October

The path along the canal was original made for horses to tow barges

The path along the canal was originally made for the horses who towed the barges

A sign to make your way

A sign to make your way

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