This challenge took me much longer than I had planned or anticipated. It’s always fun, though, looking through my archives and taking that inevitable trip down memory lane.
My roads stretch from Texas and Tennessee to Europe, China and Japan. I’m fond of saying, “Have passport – will travel” and I’m always ready for a new adventure!
Visiting friends on their 100 acres in Texas. So much land they had their own dirt roads.
Spending time in Tennessee when my baby was still a baby and my niece was still a little girl.(now she’s in college in Scotland!)
Small road and well-traveled alleyway off the beaten path in Beijing, China.
While the Great Wall may not qualify as a small street, alleyway, parking lot or driveway now, let’s face it – at one time or another it probably served each of those functions.
This small street in Co Cork, Ireland is similar to many streets found across the Atlantic pond.
The cobbled alleys in Bruge, Belgium took quaint to new heights.
Finally, Taiki-chō, Hokkaido, Japan. Absolutely stunning country roads with the Hidaka Mountain Range in the background.
Thanks for joining me on my roads-less-traveled adventure today!