For this week’s challenge Amy has chosen “narrow” as this week’s theme. Here’s a quote from Amy’s post:
“Travel has taught me that once we go through a narrow path, alley, and/or road with a little patience, at the end it always opens up to pleasant surprises. This experience certainly has broadened my horizon allowing me to see the world through different eyes.”
Amy is so right! We like to travel on the back roads and a few times drove down a dirt or gravel road just to see where it went. As I read Amy’s challenge I immediately thought of some of those many narrow roads.
Most recently, Henry not only had to master driving on the left but also on narrow roads in Ireland and Scotland. And yes, the roads pictured here are two lane roads!
Towing our fifth wheel trailer across the Top of the World Highway with no guard rails in the Yukon was a white knuckle experience. We kept our fingers crossed that we wouldn’t meet a truck going the other way! The scenery was spectacular.
We had many adventures on narrow roads while traveling around the United States, too. To get to Cataloochee Valley in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park we had to go down this dirt and gravel Cove Creek Road.
There are plenty of narrow roads in Texas.
There were some memorable narrow roads in Mississippi Delta of Arkansas.
Many thanks to Amy for this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Narrow