What a quandary this challenge presents. Scrolling through folders trying to find a photo I want to use then deciding no, not that one. So I ended up with this one which has a few elements of the subject Cee gave us.
I was driving home the other day and stopped at road works. I thought I would try and get some of the works in action. From there it has become part of my drive home from town, the last twenty kilometers or so. Sit back and enjoy the drive.
Getting the job done
The water truck which is responsible, and the oncoming traffic, for the state of the windscreen
The top of the hill and the straight stretch to the west and home
This part of the highway was reconstructed a few years ago. In the distance is Bakers Hill, a local name. The Baker family owned all the land both sides of the highway early last century. The geographical name is Mt Ramornie. It is not what people from overseas would call a mountain.
The road up Bakers Hill.
and down the other side
Heading over the hill into the valley where my place is.
The last creek crossing, not far now.
Onto the gravel road. It’s a bit rough as the road only gets graded and repaired once a year so make sure your dentures don’t fall out, tighten your bra straps and seat belt.
The last bit before turning into my road. It’s a bit narrow so I hope we don’t meet a logging truck, cattle carrier, gravel truck or any other big vehicle.
Well that’s it. The rest of the photos were of the blobs of dirt on the windscreen and into the sun. My blog header gets us in the gate.
Hope you enjoyed the ride home. Perhaps a tea or coffee and some cake or it could be wine time and snacks.
The late Alvin Lee and Ten Years After blowing away the folk at Woodstock