Monday, December 5, 2011

A highway

 Life's like a road you travel on...
 

 
"Life is a Highway" is a song written by Tom Cochrain.
It is also the view out the car window.
If you're going my way...
Life is a highway.

13 comments:

Roean said...

I love roads like that. You can't see the country on a stinkin' freeway.

Kathy said...

I love truss bridges. Where did you take the pic of this one?

Stella said...

Looks like a trip to Westconsin to me, I don't see any cacti!

Kisses,
Stella

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Sometimes, highways hide difficult turns, and hidden pots....
Sometimes... they are not so enjoyable to drive on....
have a beautiful week Brenda.
Costas

Brenda's Arizona said...

Kathy,

The first on is the Rte 66 bridge at Lake Overholser just west of OK City.

This link should go to google maps.

http://g.co/maps/usnum

The second is the 36 span bridge over the South Canadian River near Bridgeport OK.

http://g.co/maps/3cf5v

Sam said...

I love traveling - I think I like what you see while you are on the road more than what is where you are going.

LOL - does that make sense?

Sam

Brenda's Arizona said...

Yep, that makes perfect sense! I can see that it is 'in the journey', not the destination... sometimes!

Pat MacKenzie said...

Sometimes we're in such a hurry to get from one place to another that we forget to take the less travelled routes and see some really beautiful scenery. I didn't know there was a South Canadian River. I wonder if there's a North one too.

Adsila said...

Thanks for the cruise down the country highway.

altadenahiker said...

Oh, those tankers. Isn't it hypnotic to look in the mirror as you travel down the road.

Banjo52 said...

I could look at open two-lanes forever, I think. What is that all about? Nice pics! Home yet?

Diane AZ said...

Wow, that was a long drive. Cool roads and bridges!

JDS said...

Love these photos! There is something about looking at roads that disappear in the distance as if they go on forever. They show how open America is and they speak to our thirst for exploration.