Fall Down … Winter To Go

There is a road that connects the back-of-beyond on one side of the city I live in to the back-of-beyond on the otherside of the city I live in.

I guess it’s for people who don’t like the front-of-beyond … or like narrow windy roads … or scenery.

In the Fall, when the leaves are changing colors, it’s a regular tourist attraction.

People seem to be disappointed with pine trees usually.

It’s not their season I guess.


note: no one ever mentions the trees … always the leaves. I think I know how milk feels in the cereal bowl now.

double note: my back has decided to go out on me. If I don’t post for a few days or leave comments, it’s nothing personal.
(it wasn’t that 3 Person Value Set … if that’s what you’re thinking)

triple note: I’m not looking for sympathy with that last note … I know it’s between “shit” and “syphilis” in the dictionary … like my father used to say.


Today #70

Today was a Mr. T. prediction: pain.

6 responses to “Fall Down … Winter To Go

  1. The trees are beautiful. Oh so are the leaves…
    And the pretty girl in the short dress, not that I noticed the short dress I was looking at her pretty face. I hope she doesn’t see this comment because then she will think I don’t like her dress. But if I say I like the dress then I will sound like a perve for looking at the shortness of the dress that I didn’t really notice.
    I’ve never really thought of the milk before. It must be a common dairy thing because the cheese stands alone & the milk gets ignored. Hi Ho the derry oh the milk gets ignored. Actually I’ve just made my sandwiches for work & the cheese is accompanied by bread, butter, ham & tomato relish. My cheese doesn’t stand alone, even in the fridge it has friends.
    Oh look I have written a post instead of a comment…

  2. I am getting a total “Silent Hill” vibe from this road. If anyone needs me I’ll be hiding under the bed.

  3. Haha you really seem to have full sympathy with the milk in that cereal bowl!

  4. Thanks for the comments.

    Tony: I don’t know where to begin on your comment … or end. hee hee!

    Dennis the Vizsla: you made me look up a videogame!!

    Tasneem R: I’m sympathetic sometimes … and simply pathetic the rest of the time. hee hee!

  5. I believe the girl was hoping to out show the trees. She got noticed at least! I do hope that’s a one way road!

  6. S. Le: actually the road has 2 way traffic. It gets pretty tight at some points in the road.
    I saw one car scrape along the white barrier while trying to maneuver around another car. I would have laughed, but I was standing in the vehicle’s oncoming path … and the driver wasn’t in any hurry to distance himself from that barrier.

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