THE word of the week is WAITING
Structure Gallery Three
Harry Potter’s world
yet reminiscent of Time Transfixed painted in 1938 now at Art Institute of Chicago by René Magritte Belgian Surrealist Painter
When renovating this old house, the contractor said leave the chimney in- and they were working with an artist who added the locomotive to create
Harry Potter’s Platform 9 3/4
Not sure who the purple passenger is.
Found at Old Towne Toys St. Augustine Florida
i just dropped my sister at the Amtrak Railroad Station in Pittsburgh.
She’ll get to New York City late this afternoon. A long day but scenic snd comfortable. You can get up and walk around. I packed her a lunch.
We’ve had a nice couple of weeks together, driving over 2200 miles. Our brother David had to fly out early Sunday. We got together with our Illinois relatives to celebrate our Aunt Rhea’s life.
Mary was able to stay through my birthday which felt really nice.
Here’s the train station collage from this morning
David W of WordPress asks-
“Have you traveled anywhere exciting lately? This week, let’s see where you’ve been.”
1.a strong, innate desire to rove or travel about.
The Schuylkill River. Philadelphia.
On my way back to Pittsburgh from New York after a nice Thanksgiving holiday with the family.
Here’s a shot taken Monday through a train window- #43 The Pennsylvanian – as we crossed over both the river and the Schuylkill Expressway.
My parents lived in Philadelphia 12 years but I lived there for only one of those years. A flood of nostalgia as the train rolled into Philly.
There are interesting place names (how about Wissahickon?) you don’t find anywhere else in the country. The river and expressway name always was hard for me to spell correctly. It’s that extra “L” in there. Turns out it’s a Dutch word meaning “hidden or skulking creek”