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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

A Semi-Wordless Wednesday: Traffic Signs to Follow on the A-Z Road Trip

Exit 1252 takes you to Skating Buffalo park, where you'll find nerdy high school students, dissect movies that grow on you years later and highlight a metaphor for prayer.

Exit 1283 is the way to Keith's Ramblings university with a campus full of fish and chips, Alzheimer's and beautiful nurses.

Exit 1284 leads into Crazy Doll Lady town where the locals are chatting about dolls, finding clothes that are the right fit and a resin casting experiment with polymer clay charms.

Exit 1287 heads toward My Life with Photographs retreat to bypass the sick days and important deadlines in lieu of gorgeous Fall colors in Alaska.


The A-to-Z Challenge Road Trip is hosted by Nicole Ayers and C. Lee McKenzie who’s dashboard buddy Mario sends his best to all of you fellow travelers!

12 comments:

  1. Some great stops on your travels, enjoyed reading very much.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Yvonne,
      Thanks! Reading those blog "stops" were enjoyable indeed. Glad to have come across them on the A-Z list.
      - Nicole

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    1. The last one has a birthday celebration that's cute and there are some pretty photos that evoke that Autumn feel, which helps those of us who are trying to hang onto Summer (that would be me), ease into the changing of seasons that are upon us :)

      - Nicole

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  3. Beautiful fall colors in the picture. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Hi Nicole - love the way you've presented this ... as we travel our path and the A-Z route ... those Autumn colours are glorious. Cheers Hilary

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  5. Munir,
    Yes I agree the fall colors in that photo are a beauty indeed. When you're traveling on the road, might as well have something good to look at!

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  6. Hilary,
    Glad to know you enjoyed how this Road Trip check-in turned out. It was fun to play with a theme of exit signs since there are so many on real-life highways. Also I thought the photo might provide some motivation for A-Zers to continue on our scenic route. Good thing it worked :)

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    1. That's one of the best things about continuing to visit new blogs after the April A-Z settles....you never know what's around the corner with each turn of the wheel....just like any good road trip ;)

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  8. You certainly capture the gorgeous. Love the pic. Beautiful!

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    1. It's a blessing how natural environments produce such vibrant scenery. Also reading your comment reminded me I forgot to add a caption to the photo. Will have to remedy that soon :)

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