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Travel Diaries, Back In Jericho AR Fall 2019

I came back down south because my mom wanted to make it for her high school reunion. I am with my grandmother. My mom is with a friend. Better than spending so much money on hotel fees. I have so many travel photos. I put this blog in separate parts since there are so many photos and you will be scrolling for eternity.
 There is the train, the train passes by like every 20 stinking minutes.

 This is a photo I got when the train was coming. The best I could do to safely take a photo of a train.
Country dusk is amazing since you don't have all of those lights like in the city. I probably couldn't drive out here I'd drive into another universe. I don't see well at night when it is pitch dark. 


I cannot remake that amazing color image  took from April. You know what they say, you can't remake perfection. You can't remake it for a reason.

The sun was shinning bright. It was like 80 Degrees F when I arrived and took this photo.


I take more copies of my photos since my 70 MPH photography skills are rusty. I mean if I am in a vehicle  going 70 MPH being able to get a good, clear still image.

 

Nice country road.


Not many fields I can get this time of year. Which is why I would like to come in the summer. At least corn is growing in the summertime. At the same time it's hot as a dessert in the summer.

You will see more photos in the next part. Remember I took way too many and I am splitting this so you won't be scrolling for eternity.

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