Which Way May 9 On the way to Coaldale

It’s time for a Which Way

My daughter lives on the other side of the Clarence River from my place so it’s a enjoyable drive to go and see her. Come for a drive with me to Coaldale.
Some of the roads are long and straight
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There are a few twists and turns190509_blog_challenge_which_way_coaldale4

 

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and some roads go past a pub190509_blog_challenge_which_way_coaldale6

Enjoy this live version. It’s OK to get up and boogie

Country Roads

The word prompt from Bren: Photo for the Week – 6 – Country Roads

As I live in the country, I often travel country roads. Here’s a selection of roads near my place that always go to somewhere.

Along the roads near my place, sometimes there aren’t any fences so signs are helpful.
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Up the road a way, at times the valley is lush and the road just winds along through the countryside
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Some long roads that are dead ends, the postie prefers all the mail boxes in one place.
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The road just seems to go on forever
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And sometimes the road can end abruptly when there’s a flood
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It’s not only vehicles that use the road. I disturbed a Wedge-tailed Eagle having a snack on the side of the road.
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But best of all, the road that leads to home
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