The song Bird Land comes to mind.
Beautiful sunset photo.
Interesting photo of an interesting area.
I would cross that bridge, I mean if I came to it.
Nice shot of the pool.
Nice shot of the monument. Thanks Harry and Marilyn.
Excellently captured scenery in front of the Appalachians. This is my kind of photo!
Lasst Panoramio nicht sterben!
Non lasciate morire Panoramio!
Ne dozvolite da Panoramio umre!
Lived on Murray Avenue as an Army captain 1976-78.
On Super-bowl Sunday 1971 I was a good daddy and took my two older children (Suzanne & Charles Jr.) sleigh ridding here on the 15th. I thought I was standing out of the way near the sand trap on the upper left of the green. I heard a young girl yell "look out mister". The next thing I knew I was hit by a sleigh in the back of my ankle's and launched into the air. I went up over the little girls sleigh and landed on my head.
The only sound I heard was my brain sizzling. I was embarrassed and refused help from nearby adults "I'm alright" I said and proceeded to fall down when I struggled to stand up. Apparently I suffered a concussion and wandered around for a couple of hours trying to figure out how I might get down off the hill and drive back home with my kids. Some how my Suzanne managed to get me on her sleigh and back to the car. I drove back to our home on West Neck Road in Huntington in time for the Super Bowl.
The moral of the story is don't next your kids sleigh ridding on the Black Course on Super Bowl Sunday. I have nearly died on the 15th trying to break par (never did}. So we moved to New Hampshire where I could do rear damage attempting to ski Tenney Mountain.
My youngest son Peter refused to join us at the Black that day. Smart kid! But later in life he left us in NH and moved to Steamboat Springs, CO to follow the snow. He married Diane and is still there and I'm to old to join him. We live "On Golden Pond" and I'm as old as Henry Fonder was in the movie.