The Road

Back in 2013 I made a trip up to Nova Scotia for my college Homecoming, it being 30 years since I graduated from Acadia University. I flew from DC up to Boston, rented a car and drove the rest of the way to Wolfville.  It was a wonderful adventure, traveling those roads I had traveled so often on trips to and from that wonderful  place.  This photo I took on the way home.  Its the Trans Canada highway in New Brunswick between Saint John, NB and Truro, NS.  I lived the curves, the lines, the symmetry of the view.  The road – any road – leads to adventure and something new.  I’m looking forward to more of these kinds of trips in the future.

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2 Responses to The Road

  1. SoCal Pir8 says:

    Odd that they would build the road this way when it appears that a straight line was possible. I do love to drive a nice curvy mountain road with no flatlanders in my way, CA Highway 9 from Saratoga CA to Santa Cruz was a blast. Terrible in the summer with all the RV in the way.

  2. Wendy says:

    I have not been on that road but pretty much every other one in New Brunswick.

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