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Down With The Pedestrian

Last week I found this gem from 1914.

The satirical piece appears to have been first published in the Australasian, a Melbourne newspaper, and then republished in numerous smaller publications. 185 more words

Australian Studies

A Walk Through the Trees - and Geese

And where’s “Waldo!”  My wife an avid walker, is in the photo somewhere! Hint: She is wearing a poncho! :-)



I walked at Baylands Park today and the views were spectacular.



OH no! The daily prompt arrives and puts me in a total spin! Mushroom!! I’ve featured fungi photos in yesterday’s post and now I have to do so again! 72 more words


Twilight Encounters

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Here’s a reason to not head to bed when it gets dark outside. There’s plenty to catch and see at Twilight Encounters, Night Safari’s wildest glow-in-the-dark event, where vibrant geometic animal-themed light sculptures and walking trails are illuminated with neon lights. 69 more words


A Walk along the Seawall

One of the best sights along the Seawall in Galveston is the Pleasure Pier. If you have been, and are missing the view, you can check out the… 17 more words


Reggae Lane!

This week, a short walk!

But first, about last week:

Great to take a really long walk, once in a while! And we did. The walk up Oakwood to Eglinton was a good thing on a cool Sunday morning. 422 more words

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