Saturday, May 26, 2012

Country Road Traffic

I don't like driving anymore than I have to; if I can keep from it- that's even better. So you can guess-- I don't get out much-- but you knew that already,  especially if you've been reading my blog for any amount of time.

Surprisingly,I DO LIKE watching the traffic.  We get A LOT OF TRAFFIC on OUR a little country road-- South West of *small town,USA* --
Our road is what we call a DEAD-END ROAD;ONE WAY IN AND ONE WAY OUT. 

Every once in a great while something will come down my road that puts a smile on my face. 
Unlike most of the traffic- it's UNEXPECTED; and there I am caught unaware in the front yard without a camera-- 

If I'm fortunate enough to grab the camera-- I can get shot of them leaving. 

'bye! Y'all come back now, ya hear?' 

The Grace of the LORD Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Philippians 4:23 


Vera @ Cozy Little Cabin said...

How fantastic is that truck?! I Love those tires! Glad you were able to grab your camera for this one!

Enjoy your weekend!

Clint Baker said...

I love your truck, I will own one someday! I don't like to drive either, in my 20's I had a truck driving job and it broke me of driving, now my wife Dana drives!

Geneva said...

Seeing that truck would put a smile on my face too. I'm glad you were able to get some photographs! Your world looks so peaceful!

Diane said...

I too enjoy watching traffic. Last year when we were living in our country home not a lot happened on that street and when something did go drive down it was most often huge tractors....kinda cool to watch. Now we are living in the city and we see a lot of Emergency Vehicles going by, sirens the whole bit, and wonder when they are going and what has happened. Love the truck. Diane

Brenda Pruitt said...

Oh, a great photo!

gail@My Repurposed Life said...

cool truck Pat!

hope you're having a great holiday weekend!

Kelley said...

It is a lost art...just sitting and watching the world go by. Love the truck!
Thanks for checking back in over here. That is a photo of Lantana, an annual in our area, but perennial in warmer zones. Sure wish I could keep it coming back but I do enjoy it while I can.
Man, when we had chickens, I guess we were dumb lucky because we were not up on deficiencies and risks, etc. I will have to research this time. Maybe next year.

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Neat truck!!