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Oh, wow! Looks like a starry sky and the Milky Way down there in the puddle. Great reflections, Petrea. I can't wait for the mystery to be revealed.
I don't care if my plan changes, as long as it includes you.
cool reflection! can't wait for more clues
Just amazing and mistery photo, Petrea. I like it!
Not sure what that is, but it looks like a perch several hundred feet above a forest.
way to create anticipation :)
I've got a guess, but I won't spoil the fun. And John...awwww! sweet!Glad you two enjoy your adventures, even more glad you share them with us!
Before I met John I used to take adventures on my own. I'd find a spot on the map and target it, then head in that direction. Most of the time I wouldn't get there because I'd spot an interesting detour, or I'd get there and the target spot wasn't interesting but I'd keep going and find something that was. I spent a lot of weekends doing this. Imagine my joy at finding a partner who likes to do this with me! JS, I feel the same.We did this one right in town. Targeted a spot, headed there and even got there, then found something we didn't expect.
Oh, I love mysteries. I'm intrigued. wv: blurpexcuse me...
Lets see - terra cotta tiles, unfluted doric columns, entropy....hmmmnope, not ready yet to name that tune
Interesting shot!!! Now I'm all afire with curiosity!!!
Ahah, "blurp." Susan, you'll fit in at our house.Don't worry, PA, I never would have known either.We shall see, Chieftess. I'm sure many of you know this, but I had no idea.
It looks familiar but I can't place it right now. Hope you put us out of our misery soon.
I'll bet you know it, Bellis. You've explored everything and everywhere.
The colors and designs are intriguing. Things to imagine....WV: maglikSomething a dog does when given peanut butter
oooohhh. Where are you?
hahahahaha Ms. M, you made me laugh.Margaret, I'm right smack dab in Pasadena. Smack dab, I tell you.
I'm in with a "blurp"!A few years ago, we had some business to conduct about 30 miles away. Rather than take the freeways home, I cranked the GPS up and just took a road, when it stopped, we made a turn, then another, then another. All amongst farm country, which isn't hard, since we have a farm less than 5 minutes away. While it took us a few hours to get home, we had a lovely afternoon looking at farm houses and animals and relaxing.wv: crump...oh, not touching that one!
That's the way to do it, Trish. If you've got the time, let yourself get just a little lost.
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