I want to continue documenting our trip to Chatham, Massachusetts. I took this photo specifically for the CWW challenge. It is amazing what you find when you explore new places with known challenges in mind. This picture was taken from Queen Ann Rd just before Pond Street branches to the right.
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Here is a path on Holland America’s private island called Half Moon Cay.
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This week’s CWW takes us to a very interesting intersection off of I73 in North Carolina at the Pinehurst exit. There is a railroad track that runs parallel to the highway that begged to be photographed for this challenge. The featured image is looking east and the picture was taken about 4:30 PM with the sun at my back.
The next image is looking west, back toward I73:
You will notice in the foreground of the second image that there is a roadway going over the railroad tracks, which offers a fifth way to choose from:
So, take your pick: train going west; train going east; car or truck going west; car or truck going east; or car or truck going south.
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This beautiful divided sidewalk adds another dimension to ‘Which Way’. I can go forward or backward, but do I take the left hand path or the right hand path?
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This is the road that leads in and out of a large farm that raises Barbados Blackbelly Sheep.
Here is a picture of a few of the sheep protection their lambs:
Our Which Way Challenge makes a trip to St. Lucia today to the Morne Coubaril Estate, a working farm that hosts cruise excursions. Here is a picture from the estate looking out on Soufrière Bay next to the beautiful Piton mountains:
Near the end of the tour I saw two opportunities for the CWW challenge: the first is some kind of curved pathway with narrow benches along the sides and an overhead structure that looks like it is prepared to host some natural vines for shade;
The second is a picture of our tour guide leading us back to the main house along the main road through the farm. You can see a small bridge on the right that leads to a beautiful medicinal herb and flower garden.
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This is Boulevard street in Fort-de-France in Martinique. I found the traffic pattern was complicated and difficult to grasp, especially for walkers coming off of a cruise ship. You never know which way to look first before crossing a road because you are switching from island to island, and some have British roots and others do not.
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The “little engines that could” on the Panama Canal. The tracks alongside the locks allow these little engines to pull ships from one lock to the next. They can operate in either direction. The picture was taken from our veranda balcony. You can see the railing from the deck below ours at the bottom of the photo.
Here is a second photo with a different perspective. You can also see the turntable where the engines can move from one channel to the other.
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Haw River State Park’s Great Blue Heron Trail is a loop. Which way should we go?
Perhaps this way?
Or should we go this way?
Maybe I should just follow my wife. Yes. That would be best.
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Today’s entry is from a trail/roadway at Haw River State Park. I love the curve in the trail as it fades into the distance and the wonderfully blue sky above the distant forest.
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