Anyway it's been fixed "sort of" as I had to switch to a different email downloaded system and am not trying to get people's e-mail addresses back on file. - It's a mess but alas there isn't much I can do but start all over.
Just wanted to explain why I haven't bee visiting blogs this week.
"Whining" over now....
It's time to join Theresa (The Run-a-round Ranch Report) for some....
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Mind you this is a "primitive" road (lots of gravel, rocks, ruts etc....)
I had planned to turn around and head back down the way we came but my mom said, "Well this road has to go somewhere so let's see where it goes."
I should have known better but I decided to keep on driving. The bad part was that I told my hubby I'd only be gone a 30-45 minutes. And I forgot to take my Cell Phone with me!
Prior to that I took a few photos of some fences:
Looking "up" at a fence from the road below.
This is all private property so you can only be on the road itself without trespassing on someone's land. They have signs posted everywhere from the Sheriff's Department so I made sure to only take pictures from the road itself.
Looking "down" at a farm house below (no fence in this shot)
Look closely at the left side of this shot and you will see a road way off in the distance...yes we are heading that direction.
Lots of barbed wire fencing in this area. This one looks pretty "wicked" to me
Some of the fencing was in need of repair but it looks pretty cool all rusted and such.
Off in the distance you can see storm clouds forming and yet I'm still driving on to who knows where.
I liked the lone tree in the wheat field.
So after several miles of bumping over this rocky road I finally notice a car behind me and I stop to let them pull along side. It's a Service Car for the Watershed. I tell the guy that I'm sort of lost and ask where the road leads. He laughs a bit but tells me that I need to keep driving about 5 more miles and then take a left and I'll end up on a road that will lead me to the small town of Dixie, WA. The road will be Biscuit Ridge Road.
What he doesn't say is that once I reach the left turn I'll have to wind around and around back down more bumpy, rutty, and rock road to finally reach pavement.
On the way down we spotted this pipe fencing across someone's property.
Last but not least we spotted this entrance to someone's property:
Their road actually looks nice compaired to what we were driving on.
We eventually reached a paved road that lead us into the little town of Dixie, WA and I made the 30 mile drive back to Walla Walla.
What an adventure!