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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

For Lin (and some Snow)

For my blogger buddy, Lin. I could not provide a duck, but we have a wheel with fat string. OK, it's rope. Picky, picky. If you have no clue what I'm talking about, go visit her at Duck and Wheel with String

wheel with rope

Winter returned, but not too bad, except that there's ice under the snow. These are all textures near my house.

snow on branches

snow on grass

snow on yucca

I made a couple more levels in my game. The town doesn't look much different because I spent my "money" to get a second International Line. However, I won a Christmas log carrier. Every time I load it the tree appears and it makes me smile. Seriously. I guess I'm easily entertained, but I haven't smiled so many times in one day in a while.

Train Station Game Christmas Tree

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Lin said...

LOVE it! And that is exactly how the blog got the name--there was the same wheel at the end of the street. :)

Thanks for the chuckle, Sharkey. :)

Secondary Roads said...

I think the duck ducked out.

Ann Thompson said...

That wheel would have made me think of Lin too.
We only got a dusting of snow here but I'm sure more will find it's way here

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