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September 21, 2006

Getting around the US

Steve F sends a PowerPoint slideshow, titled Getting Around Our Country, that contains 72 images of scenery and animals (and one person). Most of them are pretty striking photos. I pulled the images out and they appear below. (All these images are pop-ups.)

If you want to view the PowerPoint - complete with audio track - all 5.6MB of it is here.

Posted by joke du jour at September 21, 2006 07:03 PM

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Um, a few of these aren't even in the United States. The lighthouse, for example, is Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia - CANADA. Same with the road winding through the valley by the ocean (Highland National Park, NS, CANADA...)

Posted by: mbrewer at December 20, 2009 01:33 PM

Good eye, mbrewer. But I'm surprised you didn't mention the red locomotive with the big, white 'CP' on its front. That looks like a Canadian Pacific locomotive to me.

I didn't assemble the collection nor did I name it. For all I know, these might all be pix of Canada. I just liked the photos -- hope you did too.

Posted by: JdJ at December 20, 2009 02:15 PM

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