Lacking dotted lines, solid lines,
lines at all or shoulders,
the roads on Tangier are loaded with charm.
|I think this is the mailman. With a bike in the back, not mail.|
Regardless, this is one of the few vehicles you'll see on the island.
|Golf carts are like cars on Tangier.|
|If you're not traveling by golf cart, you're pedaling a bicycle.|
|Or hoofin' it. |
Believe it or not, this a road.
Not a footbridge.
|Intersection of Long Ridge and West Ridge. |
(In case you overlook the waist-high road signs.)
|Speed limit or maximum pulse rate?|
More Tangier photos forthcoming.
So quaint! Love the white picket fences and the little lanes. Very relaxing to look at...
There's a 2 ton weight limit on that bridge? Uh oh, better be careful chowing down on the pancakes ...
what a great place .. LOVE that old house at the end of the 'road'
What a treasure that place is!
I love the pink flowers over the white picket fence. Gorgeous photos, CBW.
I looked up Tangier Island on Wikipedia and I am hooked. Caught like a crab in a trap.
However, I still haven't convinced my husband to drive out your way. Just this week he asked if I thought we could drive to Ecuador, though. Fortunately, Google Maps said no, despite the bridge over the Panama Canal.
Back to convincing him about crab sandwiches.
All best wishes,
As I was looking at your pictures, I tried to envision myself there. I did, and what I noticed was how quiet and peaceful it is. The only sounds I could "hear" was the laping of the water through the grasses and the sounds of gulls and other sea birds. Marvelous! Love it! Love it! Love it!
Been away for a few days (Harry says Hi!) - just seeing these pictures. I want to visit Tangier in the worst way! And Smith Island, too. Hopefully in the near future... Glad you enjoyed your trip and thank you for sharing your photos.
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