14 January, 2021

tight squeeze

A quick note:
A few folks have asked Shari and I to post some stories about our time living in Alaska. We are starting that now, on another blog. It begins with a photo collage of photos I took during our time there. In future, we will be sharing stories and photos about our experiences. Some of the stories are longer, so Shari has broken them up into segments. The photos are taken by me and  most of the writing was done by Shari. If anyone is interested, the link to the blog is here and the first post is here



37 comments:

  1. It is clear, however, that old city plans did not take into account motorized traffic

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  2. O gosh, the street is so small!
    Thanks for the link, I'll take a look at your exciting adventures!

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  3. Good driving ... in a narrow street.

    God bless.

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  4. Hello,

    I would be nervous, that is a tight squeeze. I will go and check out your other blog, sounds great. Take care, have a happy day!

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  5. It pays to drive a small car. Good luck to all others.

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  6. Oh thanks, then I'll whisk over to the other blog!
    All the best, Traude

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  7. I wouldn´t want to be the driver for sure!

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  8. So cool about your Alaska stories! All I can say when a snowplow is involved you better get away as far as possible.

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  9. Someone has to know exactly how far out those fenders go.

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  10. I wouldn't park my car here!

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  11. If I was in that car, I'd be holding my breath.
    I checked out your other blog and enjoyed the first two posts. I'll return to it later today. What an adventure!

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  12. narrow street....
    but, great shot...

    Have a wonderful day

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  13. The roads in Ireland can be quite narrow. You caught a common scene or a tight squeeze. Yes, I will look with interest at your Alaska stories.

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  14. I look forward to the new blog, Bill. Best wishes!

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  15. I have a very small car so I wouldn't have a problem driving on that road, but anything bigger than that truck would have to find another route I would think.

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  16. Ahora seguiré tu indicación y lo visitaré.

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  17. You need to be driving one of those tiny Smart Cars along those streets!

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  18. Tight squeeze. Look forward to reading the new blog. Thanks for the link.

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  19. That looks like quite a crowded lane.

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  20. Oh it certainly is! I don't like driving on narrow roads :-|

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  21. That is a tight squeeze.

    I have been enjoying reading your story and seeing the photographs on your other blog :)

    All the best Jan

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  22. Uy dios, les mando un beso y buen fin de semana

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  23. I've had to squeeze past other vehicles on narrow roads. It isn't much fun.

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  24. Ooh, gotta love a narrow road adventure. Your header photo is so beautiful. If I can tear my eyes away from it, I do plan to check out your Alaska blog )).

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  25. Bill - I love it. This brings to mind many a narrow country road in the UK, hemmed in by stone walls or sturdy hedges on both sides. Somebody usually has to back up to a pull-out!

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  26. Yikes! I'm glad that's not my car parked there Bill 😀

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  27. It looks a bit crowded on the street
    I have added the blog about Alaska to my list
    Very interesting to follow

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  28. Fantastic Capture Mr Bill

    Cheers

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