November 27, 2017

Late November Randoms


The Good: The Lighting of the Murals was held November 18 in Strasburg. The town's various murals were lit by floodlights and people strolled around enjoying them. 

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In addition to this deer mural on Fort Street, there's one by Nick D'Auria, the maze mural across from the library, a family painting near the Emporium, and a double mural.

The Random: I made four trips to Dulles over Thanksgiving weekend. Frank flew out to Tacoma to visit his daughter's family, and Marie came here. Dulles Airport, of course, was a very busy place.


The Fun: Recently we stopped by the Highland Festival in Kernstown. It was too cold to stay very long but it was interesting to see the traditional Scottish games.

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11 comments:

  1. Some good randomness going on here this week. I don't think I'd have stayed to watch the games for very long either, those ladies look very cold despite the blankets!

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  2. ...I just saw a show about the 10 most important building in America and the Dulles terminal is one of them.

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    1. Really? Because of the architecture or because of it's proximity to DC?

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  3. Hello, I love the mural. Great photos.
    Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  4. I'm surprised they'd have the highland games in November. A couple of spots here in Ontario have Scottish games, but held in August.

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    1. They had some in the summer too at the same place. Demand must of been very high because they offered another go-round. I think this was a different group.

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  5. Bacana o mural todo iluminado!

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  6. How nice to be able to look out your window and see this mural. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  7. Love the lights on the mural and the Highland Festival looks fun.

    All the best Jan

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  8. Murals provide a lot of interest to towns. Lighting up the mural is a great idea.

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