A blog of a very simple life.
The long way home is so beautiful. Time is on your side "The long way home"I'm at the age where I fear I've already taken the "Long way home" I've been Blessed "The long way home"Great Blog.
Colors are amazing here. Can you tell us where this is, like on a map?
The longer the way, the longer you can enjoy the beauty outside.Costas
B E A U T I F U L ! ! !I'm totally with you! I like the long way and I like to get off the major highways and take side roads!Great post Brenda!
I think this was a great trip!
Always seize the opportunity allowed by time.Very appeasing pictures.
Hi,la foto n° 1 è assolutamente grandiosa !!!!Magnifica immagine :)Buona domenica :)Myrioam
Absolutely beautiful! We're in Prescott this weekend and are heading up to the Grand Canyon today.
You take the best pictures, Brenda. I see things in your photos that I would never even believe exist here, in Arizona.Thanks for the earworm!The Long Way Home
Banjo - photo #1, Church Rock is here on a map:38° 4' 26.34" N 109° 20' 43.11" WThank you all for your comments!!!And Cyndi, yes an ear-worm! I have been humming "Take the Long Way Home" by Supertramp.
Brenda!!! Those pics are wonderful! I remember that rock from childhood in 8th grade a long time ago....the first pic. We were heading on doing a rafting trip on the San Pedro River around the 4 corners.....is that where this is around? I don't know, but you have me excited for Spring break:)
Oh, I love John Ford country. Great story pictures.
so glad you shared your long way home with us, beauty surrounds you and now us. love that road scene. i am wondering how much gas money you spent taking The Long Way Home. i say this because we USED to do a lot of driving around on weekends exploring places in our county, due to the gas hike we no longer do that.
Absolutely gorgeous! The things we miss when we take shortcuts.
You just might miss the interesting things if you don't take the backroads. My friend and I do it often and we have come across breathtaking scenery and unusual finds.
Following Blue Highways is always best - the long way home. Your photos have such depth - beautifully shot.
These are beautiful shots--the long way home is so much more soothing than the quickest way. We like to take the backroads whenever we can.
Love that song!!And love those shots!
wow - well it certainly is when you have views like that...
Glad to see someone (Barb) still using the phrase "blue highways," which author William Least Heat Moon made famous in the 80s--or so I thought. And with or without that label, it's nice to hear other people enjoying the long way, which is almost always richer in sights. I hope there is never a VIRTUAL Rt. 66 or Highway 50 or National Road. Every time I use an interstate or freeway, I go to 19 confessions. That's a lie, but I should.
P.S. That final shot is fantastic. And thanks for tip on Church Rock.
I'm kinda headed out that way come the end of April. Making a special stop in Gallop.
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