Sunday, January 8, 2012

A Sunday Drive


Back during my childhood, our parents would often load up my brother and me after Sunday morning church services for a leisurely drive around where we lived.  Even though we were seeing mostly familiar sights, it was still good to see them, and this is why “A Sunday Drive” sounded about right for the name of a weekly series revisiting familiar sites that are well worth seeing again and again.  The link below the image is to the site itself, and the image is linked to the post it was first included in here.







 Link: [Dinotopia]








 Link: [GPARTHA]





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9 comments:

  1. can't decide where to start today. Guess I'll go to the top and work my way through.

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  3. Thank you for adding my eagle to your list. I appreciate it and look forward to checking out all the others too.

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  4. GINGER!!! Oh, I love GINGER at Tracy's blog!!! She is one of my favorite dog pallies--Duke would definitely like Ginger. :) I'm glad you featured her today.

    I think I will go to the baby catapult site next....

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  5. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ann!!! I hope you and Duke have a good time!

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  6. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Country Mouse!!! Thank you also for wanting to see the other sites. For that is what this is all about.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Lin!!! Speaking a catapulting babies, do you that is what started the saying about being out of this world? (You know, catapulting babies into space? Yeah, I suppose you would've had to have been there. So, never mind.)

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  8. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Sandie!!! Birds of a feather?

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