On the road to Marton

Look closely and you can see two wild turkeys.

Look closely and you can see two wild turkeys.

Greetings loyal readers.  Yesterday, mummy travelled to Marton to attend sister’s house music competition and collect her from school as it is the end of the term.  Being a good mummy she left Me and Nellie with a tasty bone each for Us to chew on.  On the way to Marton she took the back way and stopped to take some photos for you.  She says she could never take Me and Nellie on the back road, given our chronic car sickness problems. It is too bumpy and winding for our delicate constitutions. Love Nellie and Jasper, the two bestest maremmas in all the land.

 

An old school building

An old school building

 

 

About four kilometres of the road is still gravel

About four kilometres of the road is still gravel

 

 

A very oddly shaped building

A very oddly shaped building

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8 Responses to On the road to Marton

  1. Zena says:

    It must be awful to get so car sick. The Producer gets car sick in the back, I don’t get car sick, I’m just a nuisance 🙂

  2. Judith K Adison says:

    The wild turkeys look exactly like the wild turkeys we have here in Northern California!

  3. tylersat99 says:

    Thank you so much for the great pictures of where you live 🙂

  4. We get car sick too so we appreciate that staying at home with a bone is far better. Have a lovely Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

  5. Greetings to you too, Jasper and Nellie! I’m eager to get to know more about you and that beautiful place where you live.

  6. catchatcaren says:

    you live in such a picturesque area! Barks and licks and love, Dakota

  7. I get car sick if I’m in the back, I gotta take dramamine. Doggy however, has never had issues with it.

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