R is for the open road

In keeping with my US south west theme for april’s challenge I searched through possible, towns, rivers, animals beginning with the letter R but just when I thought I’d treat the ornithologists to yet another post I realised one of the reasons I love the south west so much is because of the open road, and the countless miles of road which constantly surprise and enthral. Believe me, if you lived most of the year on 25sq miles of island you would love to take to the wide roads offering the chance to drive all day and all night….

So here is a short photographic journey, from the ‘mother’road- possibly one of the most iconic roads in the world, Route 66 – to the joys of the off road, road signs and the roadrunner ( just to keep the twitchers happy!)

I hope you approve of my choices.

In response to Blogging from A to Z April Challenge

I LOVE. This junction in flagstaff.




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Welcome to my blog! After a L O N G break from blogging during which Instagram (vannilla)took over my life, I am returning in a more varied format. Yes, I will bake and have been a Thermomix users from the days before it was cult-like. I'll share the best but I will also include that other hobby in my life, photography from my small island and beyond. If you like what you see, I'd love to hear from you! Anne

7 thoughts on “R is for the open road”

  1. This one is at traffic lights at a Tjunction. The fist time I saw I I was glad the lights were on red.
    I’ll be sorry when you get to Z ( but for my sake, and blogging twice a a day, I will jumping for joy!!)


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