Looks like a really nice road to walk on. In fact, it reminds me of a road near us that we walk frequently!
I thought she would like it all. Well done Roland and Mrs Roland!I finished it today and she was very happy with the... theme. Rura... Horse. Easy to score, these days. I owe you these:
(Mayla and me, taken by my wife)
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One of the cakes
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These hurdles... No, the fence. Took quite a bit of swearing
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Good rural road, not unlike some around here, although nicely free of potholes (!).
She does the dough and baking.I thought she would like it all. Well done Roland and Mrs Roland!
Nice scenery Ed and I'm sure we forgive the use of a 'phone. The traffic jam appears to have been caused by one of those annoying rural tractors. I note the MUCH nicer Subaru too!Breaking the Rules....
used my iPhone on morning walk
West Prong of the Little Pigeon River. My condos are behind the tree-line.
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Yet another "Ortz"
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As a contrasting scene, traffic jam crossing Dolly Parton Drive (gets bad here)
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That’s a real pretty road to walk. The road in my photos is owned by a timber company and I expect it to be clear cut some day, but in the meantime it’s a real pretty walk along a creek.
From today's dog walk:
Water supply for a few troughs and at least two dwellings, shown by the fencing and zinc trough.
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Rural traffic - he wins.
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What could be more rural than this? Country dwellers peacefully chewing the cud.
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