This stretch on the 5 Freeway, running basically from North to South of California. Close to Los Angeles, where I used to live in the suburbs, there was this treacherous stretch, called the Grapevine.
In the summer a common sight were cars parked on the side because they were overheated.
In the winter sudden drops to freezing conditions made it very slippery and dangerous ascending and descending hill sides. At times they closed the freeway, and you hoped and prayed that it was not when you were driving there at that moment, because it could mean a night in a freezing cold car.
To drive away the “It’s Wednesday, what now?”
Pair an alphabetical letter with Of Wednesday
Today I do T(trains) Of Wednesday
Now you do your Scrabble WOW
This week the link is open from Wednesday to Friday midnight, Texas time!
If you are not familiar with this linky
*Press Click Here (below, in blue)
*Give your perma link (Url-date-title post)
and other information
*When you come to “From Web” or “From Files”
(you see your own images now)
*Choose one and Voila, you’re done!
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This is how it looks like in spring
Der Natur Donnerstag,
Roses seem tp fit here, reminding me of the phrase:
“the desert shall bloom like a rose”
Floral Friday Foto, FOTD
Yesterday had our February adventure when going to the Korean store
(for the first time in Austin), Felt like a stranger, because all the packages were labeled in Korean (which I can’t read), until I at the end discovered
the labels in tiny letters in English on the shelf.
By that time we already had found the rice noodles, fish sauce,
and on left theTamarind (sweet-sour) paste. .Am excited,
because now I can make Pad Thai, one of my two favorite Thai dishes!
The time for the tricycles is past for the grands.
They wouldn’t miss it, but Nana does.
Reflection of the sky
Sky Watch, Weekend Reflection. Our World
One Word Sunday – The largest Painting I painted.
If you like to see enlargements of several parts, click HERE
Oil 10 x 17 feet, The Wedding Feast
THANKS TO ALL THE HOSTS