August 17, 2015

Late Summer Randomosity

I'm playing The Good, Random, and Fun today starting with:

The Good:
Tesla is building a charging station at Denny's in Strasburg. This will provide a convenient place for travelers on I-81 to charge their electric cars in Shenandoah County. It should also provide some customers for the eateries around there.

The Random: This low-water bridge on Bowman Mill Road crosses Cedar Creek at the site of an old ford used by Confederate soldiers who slipped across in the pre-dawn hours just before attacking the Union camp on the hills above. The Battle of Cedar Creek followed, and might have been a Confederate victory if General Sheridan had not arrived in time to rally his troops.





The Fun: Let's celebrate summer fun! When hot weather hits, we tend to think summer will last a long time, but once we get out and have fun, it's suddenly over!

I don't know these young people, but I enjoy seeing folks having fun. I pasted the images together for Mosaic Monday.

Have a good week!

9 comments:

  1. In a near future the batteries will be charged while driving on the road. It will be done via the asphalt.

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  2. Good morning, great selection for your post. I like the fun mosaic, I remember doing a lot of tubing on the river on some hot summer days in my past. Have a great day!

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  3. Summer is fun in the water and ice cream no matter where you live. I enjoy seeing young people at the beach, they have so much energy.
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday Linda.

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  4. We'r experiencing our second stretch of 90s weather here, humidity and all. Hitting the beach tomorrow.

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  5. This is a nice collection. I especially like the reflection of the trees in the water in that second shot.

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  6. Nice collection of photos.
    I hope you'll come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/double-play-on-way.html

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  7. That's some good summer fun! The tesla cars do look cool!

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