Wednesday, February 23, 2011

T/ Alphabe-Thursday

TROTTERS

TRANSPORTATION. Okay, for sure the trotters go round and round the track not really going anywhere but they are moving the sulkies and drivers round and round too.

TRAIN

Four Canadian National engines are heading north and once around Lake Huron will head west pulling many railcars that are transporting goods to western Canada and beyond.

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE

35 comments:

texwisgirl said...

The trotters must slog their way thru the snow! Doesn't look like much fun!

Craver Vii said...

Four engines?! That translates to a whole heap of horsepower!!

kaye said...

I do love the shot of the trotters.

Kathy said...

Love your transportation examples.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That are both T's for transportation.

BJ Roan said...

I've never seen trotters in snow before. Great shot!

dlmsliceofpie said...

Great photographs ... thanks for sharing!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

The photos are wonderful. I haven't seen trotters before.

Randy said...

Excellent T's!

Judie said...

Our uncle bred and raced trotters in Red Deer, Alberta for many years!! Love your pictures!

jackiesown said...

Interesting post ! I was born in St. Catherines .

edenhills said...

I love those trotters! Great T post.

Teresa

George said...

I like both pictures in this 'T' post.

Small City Scenes said...

Toot toot and whinny whinny!!

Love the horses of course.
I took a picture of a blue Canadian Pacific train hauling lumber east. MB

Paulie said...

Very good and unique examples!

Rita said...

Great shots. Love the way you incorporated all those "T's".

Thanks for the visit and the lovely comment.

Gattina said...

I like like both for a travel !

cieldequimper said...

I'd rather have the trotters! I'm just being a romantic fool.

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Cezar and Léia said...

I love those trotters, I'm ROMANTIC like Ciel!
Wonderful pictures, different moments!
Léia

jen said...

Love the trotters. My dad could really get around on one of those. New follower!

Francisca said...

Two Totally Terrific modes of Transportation, Trotters and Train! Add my Tricycles and we have a Trio! :-D

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

I love both of these pictures...you've shown those trotters before going round and round...good exercise for the horses, but I think the drivers need to get out and run alongside them!

Trains always intrigue me. Just a beautiful shot!

Donnie said...

Really great photos for the letter T.

Tracy said...

Love the trotters! Now I want a ride!

Rose said...

Wonder if the trotters get bored going round and round the same place? I really do wonder what animals think a lot of times...and I do believe they think.

VP said...

Some strange contrast here and two interesting pictures.

Pondside said...

I love your 'Ts' - I haven't seen a trotter for a long time.

Jo said...

very cool photos ... I just love horses ...

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Oh My what wonderful photos! The Trotters are fantastic horses and that looks like a fun way to Travel around the Track!

Love the Train photo, too! Great Letter T post!

Inger-M said...

I'm sure that, if asked, the trotters would say they are definitely into transportation!
And aren't trains trusty trotters too? :-)
Great photos!

Jenny said...

That shot of the trotters is really neat!

And somehow seeing trains always makes me wish I was going somewhere. That lonely whistle in the early dawn hours just transports me.

Thanks for a terrific stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's letter "T".

A+

Vicki aka Jake said...

Two great ways to get Transported! Think I'll take the train :)

Cheryl D. said...

The trotters are really neat!

Jingle said...

love both words, my friend.
well done.

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