Monday, 25 June 2018

On the road to Kingston

We had a purpose: to watch a live tennis game. Mission accomplished. It was a lovely drive, which was a bonus.


Tons of cars parked for fishing, as well as roadkill. Summer is here! There are many lakes.

Then there is the passing, on a solid line, going up a hill. Wreckless endangerment. Red letters on white is a diplomatic licence. He turned off, and wasn't going far. We really have to practice defensive driving, by taking it easy, and pulling over to let speed demons pass.


Lots of traffic, so hubby pulled over and let them pass.

Hubby likes this vista, as we head into Westport:

Pretty sad... be careful out there.

8 comments:

Stewart M said...

Some fine looking countryside there.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Anvilcloud said...

Everybody is in such a hurry to go nowhere, even racing between red lights.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari om
Have fond memories of our trip to Kingston! YAMxx (who is still ten days away from the hutch and having a touch of homesickness!!!)

Olga Hebert said...

It does look like summer has arrived. You have chosen some very pleasant photos of your drive. Except for the passing. Some people have important people to see and important things to do apparently.

Nancy J said...

Down here, sometimes dangerous drivers are reported if their stupidity is recorded on a dash cam. Lovely area , water, green grass, and the tennis as a bonus.

William Kendall said...

Diplomat's plates, which means even if they do something horrible, they can't really be held accountable for it.

Red said...

Jerks on the road get worse every year.

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