Here lately about once a week, I drive down Route 614, Ridgefield Road, to Wayland Baptist Church; park my car; and go for a
From Wayland, I take Ridgefield to Beaverlett post office, then make a right on Beaverdam Road. Then I make another right on
It's so peaceful and quiet on this road. Very rarely does a car go by.
The woods lining either side of the road are chock full of birds and bugs and unknown creatures that make the most wonderful, peaceful, soothing sounds.
It's like stepping into a parallel universe where there's no
I keep telling myself I need to bring my video camera down here to record a walk on this magical road. The sounds even more so than the sights would be so wonderful to capture.
That'll have to go on the list of Things I Intend to Do One of These Days If I Ever Live to See This Book to Fruition.
In the meantime here are a few shots from the vicinity.
Below is one I took leaving Wayland, with the same stretch of road above reflected in the rear view mirror.
|Warning:The dirt on CBW's mirror is even worse than it appears.|
Who said you can't take a photo while parked in the middle of the road? (Sheriff Howlett, put your
The red barn over there has always mesmerized me.
I have yet to learn much about it
And now for the pop quiz:
1.This is a question for those whose technical knowledge extends beyond the DOS operating system, which dates back to Chesapeake Bay Woman's
2.True or False. Chesapeake Bay Woman would rather drive ten minutes to the Middle of Nowhere; park her car; and jog all around the vicinity of Nowhere in 200% humidity on the hottest day of the year thus far than work on her book, which is due in almost a week.
3. If a tree falls in the woods near Ridgefield Road and Chesapeake Bay Woman isn't around to
OK, so this was more of a rhetorical question sort of quiz, but if anyone can measure out that route for me, I'd greatly appreciate it.
Have a great weekend.
|"The gate" (aka the driveway entrance) at Wayland. I'll post pictures of the church grounds soon.|