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Which Way Challenge

Travel around the world with the Which Way Challenge

To Mt Fuji, Japan –

Or around Eastern Australia

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This one is for Judy – slightly skewif chapel bridge

To New Zealand

Through the bus’s front window

And finally to Switzerland.

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Juliet Pass, Switzerland

I found my “Way” to this challange via Cyranny’s Cove. It seems like a host: Sonofabeach is looking for someone to take over the challenge.

Are you interested?

Something to Ponder About

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26 thoughts on “Which Way Challenge”

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  1. Which way?
    – The way of adventure!!
    Yes, of course, we could also go to a way we love and where we can relax. And that is really important to do at times. But what fills me with true excitement until everything in me vibrates with the expectation of it, that is when I try something new. Something hitherto-unknown. Something… which enlarges my world! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    May all your roads lead only to wondrous destinations, dear Amanda! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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    1. Beautifully said, Elena. Trying new things can be exhilarating as you alluded to but sometimes for me and for those close to me they are really scary. It is a matter of striking a balance, at times, so that you can experience the excitement without the nerves taking over, (which sometimes mean it isn’t such a positive experience).

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