22 thoughts on “Long Road”

    1. Thank you. I hope for more normality, as well. I’m getting quite tired of all the precautions, even though I know that this is when we need to keep following them, now more than ever.

  1. Love Supertramp and long roads. Happy Thanksgiving weekend Lynette. It will be different indeed, but we can still be grateful for what we have. Allan

    1. Supertramp is still one of my all-time favourites and yes, I love long roads.
      Happy Thanksgiving to you as well, Allan. We do have to be mindful of and remember the good stuff. 🙂

  2. Cool photo with the tiny sun at the end of the long (way) road home.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, Lynette. It will be a difficult holiday season this year, but there is always something to be grateful for, like that gorgeous drive shown in your photo.

    1. Thank you, Lori. 🙂 I was driving into the east when I realised that the setting sun was perfectly aligned with the road, so I stopped for a picture. My home is in the west, so it felt poignant, too.
      Yes, it will be, at the very least, strange, but yes, there are good things. We just have to think of them. 🙂
      Have a good weekend, Lori.

  3. Enjoy your weekend! I love where the sun is sitting in this. It’s like a reminder that there is something to keep moving forward for.

    1. Thank you, TJ. 🙂 I stopped to take this photo when I realised how great the alignment was.
      Yes, there are things to keep moving forward for! My home is in the west and this photo made me very wistful for it.

    1. Since I’m French-Canadian, I grew up with tourtière for Jour de l’Action de grâce. The spread is often very local depending on where you are, but I understand that some Americans who were escaping the revolutionary war brought with them the traditions of turkey and pumpkin pie. Many Canadians consider that meal to be de rigueur. Thanksgiving in Canada started in 1587 when the explorer Martin Frobisher came back after he got lost among the icebergs in the far Arctic. His return was a big cause for celebration … we’re still celebrating it. 😉

      1. That’s educational; Jour de l’action de grace sounds delicious, even if I don’t know what tourtiere is.
        1587, that’s twenty years before Jamestown, where Thanksgiving, if they had it, was a lot less palatable.
        I hope you have a lovely time and stay awake on that long straight road.

        1. Hi Kenny, tourtière is a meat pie with pastry, very delicious and also very traditional among French-Canadians, especially for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Jour de l’Action de grâce is French for Thanksgiving Day. 🙂
          Thank you so much for your lovely wishes. 🙂

  4. Love the sunset at the end of the road. It felt a bit strange to not get together with family this Thanksgiving, but I’m glad we had nice weather this weekend so were able to spend time outside and enjoy all the beautiful fall colours. Enjoy the rest of your long weekend. Take care.

    1. Thank you very much. 🙂 Yes, it has been odd, to say the least. We had good weather up until today and it has very suddenly turned quite cold, windy and snowy/rainy.
      You take care, too. 🙂

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