Tuesday, February 21, 2012

29/29 - TWENTY ONE: The Fork in the Road

Sooner or later we all come to that fork in the road...
 I took this photo a couple of years ago as a photo tag.
C50
Here's one from this month with the other two wheeler.
February 11 Chocolate ride

17 comments:

  1. Good one Bluekat.

    What did you do when you came upon the fork in the road?

    I think Troubadour has a picture just like it from photo tag. I think it was with the Ninja though.

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    1. I stopped and pondered the deeper things of the universe, the challenges of life, and the choices I must make as I dwell in this place...then I took a picture. ;)

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  2. Bluekat:

    " . . . and the fork ran away with the spoon "

    are there any loose spoons laying around ? We don't have neat stuff like that here

    bob
    Riding the Wet Coast

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    1. Hey diddle diddle...

      No? just giant sparrows and big laughing statues! :)
      I haven't yet found a spoon, but it's a good excuse to go for a ride and try to find one!

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  3. Wow that is a very cool picture! They need to make a giant knife and spoon!

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    1. lol - don't give them ideas...I think they would go for it!

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  4. This gives directions an interesting new meaning. Nice catch.

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    1. Thanks
      a real interesting new meaning considering there is no direction to go but down the road. If you take the "fork" your better have a dirt bike. :)

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    1. Hi Dom
      It's a few miles from our house on a little back road. Quirky farm humor.

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  6. Love it!
    But what did it do to your poor bicycle?

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    1. Oh, she's okay...I found this great technique online for getting the bicycle back upright ;)

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  7. Dear Bluekat:

    This is about the size of the fork I eat with... It explains a lot.

    Cool pictures.

    Jack/reep
    Twisted Roads

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    1. Hi Jack
      In that case I want to see the plate! :)

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  8. Now that's a fork in the road to remember.

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