Pokemon Go: An Epic Journey

So I have gotten in on the Pokemon Go craze, which is getting kids off the couch and into the great outdoors (unless you find Pokemon in your home). It’s a great way to get exercise, I must tell you. The only problem is that I can only capture these digital creatures in the vicinity of Wi-Fi networks, because my phone is so cheap, so I am very limited on my quest to become a Pokemon Master (my late ’90s dream).

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When I finally get a phone with 3G/4G capibiities and is not dependent on Wi-Fi, watch out: I’m going to be on an epic quest across the land, feasting my eyes on Pokemon.

Which Way Challenge: Exits/Entrances

I haven’t done a Cee’s Which Way challenge in a while, mainly because I’ve been trying to see how it fits in with my blog, which is constantly trying to find direction, that great beacon of light. While on my hiatus, I got some interesting pictures of “The Way” on my travels.
The WayShowing the exit or entrance of a fast food place.
Sun settingSun setting over the ride on the road home.
Coca-Cola TruckThe Coca-Cola truck in Illinois again. Previously featured here.Big SkyA big sky landscape overlooking a Meijer parking lot. Archway
Archway of a Mexican restaurant, fences separating two different entrances. A very elegant setup, actually.


Cee’s Which Way Challenge: 2015 Week 35

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge

The roads, the signs

I looked all around

Which way, which way?

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Me standing by the railroad at the deserted train station in Jackson, Michigan
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Watermelon rind on the ground: Rind Asphalt

PTDC0290 (2) PTDC0056 cornfield 0209 Sepia Road


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