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So many streets and pathways— so many different directions to go.
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One of the most beautiful drives I’ve taken in Mexico is this drive during wildflower season, up to the village of Tapalpa in the the mountains near my home. I think I need to pass that way again this year.
Do you see the hundreds of starlings lined up on the wires trying to figure out which way to go?
Posted for Cee’s Which Way Challenge.
This is the road that leads from the main highway into the little beach town where I spend time each year. I’m presently here for three months. And this is one of the first things I see along the way:
It’s the “Jesus, Mary and Joseph” Authentic Mexican Kitchen Restaurant. Heavenly food, I’m sure.
The way to go may not be perfectly clear, but the way not to go should be!
In the wide prairies of South Dakota, the only narrow to be found is the narrowing of the road in the distance. It is a bit like perpetually driving into an invisible tunnel.
Traffic in Mexico definitely has a wider definition!