Great photo ~ My son was traveling that route also ~ Happy New Year to you ~(A Creative Harbor ~ aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^ )
I like that it looks like there is no snow LOL.
Outstanding view, Dianne!LOVE the angle you shot this at!"Yet on Christmas Eve it took 90 minutes to reach the bridge."Oy vey!Hope you had a faaaaaabulous Christmas day in Brooklyn!X
a bit of travel reality. darn it.
Do 'love' that New York traffic!! Happy New Year.
It's like you can reach out and touch it but you can't get there.
Oh, what a booger-bear traffic can be! Hope your day was pleasant after you arrived. Wishing you a wonderful new year ahead!
the price of big city living! Happy holidays....
on the way out or back or both? holidays and driving .. fen
How frustrating! Well, at least you had your camera.
Oh, I do agree with EG!! Hope you and your family had a great Christmas, Dianne!! Hugs to Hope and to you!! Hope you have a great New Year as well!!Sylvia
Oh boy. Makes me think of that line "the traffic was terrific" in the Perry Como song, "There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays".I hope you had a wonderful Christmas outside of that traffic! Merry Christmas to Siren and Isadora too!
)Over the river, and through the woods!Friendly Aloha from Honolulu, Comfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
I hate traffic! People don't know how to drive anymore!
Travails of urbanisation!
Oh no! I hate traffic.
I see it's a busy city in a busy day! I confess I don't like to drive, mainly because I feel sick during traffic, I feel a kind of panic, but I need to learn to be calm because sometimes we don' t have choice and to drive a car is necessary. :)hugsLéia
You did it, phew, driving all the way, you could have done it walking, lol.
Like EG said, good thing you had your camera to help ease your wait in that traffic jam. So close but yet so far..ugh.
Yikes! We've traveled some, but I'm still a small-town girl at heart; I honestly can't imagine this ...you'd almost have to leave a day early to get there on time.
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