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Cees Which Way Challenge

CWW- 5/26/17

Cee's Which Way Challenge- 5/26/17 Some open range in Canada. We followed this herd of horses for a short distance until they turned off to go across the creek. This road wound through the hills to get to the valley... Continue Reading →

CWW- 4/21/17

Cee's Which Way- April 21, 2017 Going To The Sun Road,  in Glacier Nat'l Park, Montana. Where they build a bridge over the waterfall. So cool. Such an incredible place. A road  in Idaho. With trees this tall on both... Continue Reading →

CWW- 4/14/17

Cee's Which Way- April 14, 2017 A road in BC, Canada. Not exactly sure where, but somewhere between Vancouver and Pemberton... I think. It's kind of spooky but cool at the same time.   A girl on her horse. Wish... Continue Reading →

CWW- April 7,2017

Cee's Which Way- April 7, 2017 Well, this one is a bit different for me. There are no roads, no signs, no visible paths in these photos. But, they illustrate some extremely important decisions on which way to go. Life... Continue Reading →

CWW- 3/31/17

Cee's Which Way- 3/31/17 Not to be unoriginal or anything, Cee's street sign photo reminded me of one that I had. So I thought I'd share it before I forgot it again. I think it'd be cool to have this... Continue Reading →


Cee's Which Way- 3/17/17 A pass in Colorado. Looking back. Looking forward. Heading back down.

Cee’s Which Way- 3/10/17

Cee's Which Way- 3/10/17 These are not the best photos. They were taken with my iPhone, through the windshield, going down the road. This is in south Texas, about 3 miles from the Mexican border. The ranch we were on... Continue Reading →

Cee’s Which Way- 2/17/17

Cee' Which Way Challenge- 2/17/17 We LOVE these kinds of roads! Then there's this... I'm thinking they said "Which way?" and picked the wrong way to go. I really don't know the story behind this van. We just came upon... Continue Reading →

CWW- 2/8/17

Cee's Which Way Photo Challenge- February 8, 2017 I always think of how hard it must've been to cut roads into the sides of mountains. This is somewhere in California.

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