Rainy Days and Sundays

So we spent our journey to work today taking pictures and watching the vehicles over speed, because there’s no traffic past that warning sign.  Low visibility?  No problem for some drivers;  they simply maintain their 140 km/hr speed and responsibly switch on their headlights AND hazard lights for safety.

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7 Responses to Rainy Days and Sundays

  1. masood says:

    Very rare to get that message on Boards 🙂

    Hence the picture 🙂

  2. Nice Weather…

    It’s absolutely gorgeous! Can’t imagine myself being anywhere else in the world this month.

  3. Joud says:

    The weather today has been absolutely incredible!! I got utterly soaked, and yet I giggle every time I think of the rain. I hope it stays like this for a while!

    Masood and I also went out for a walk with a cup of hot coffee in hand … it was incredible! The sun is up and bright today though 😀

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  5. Mohammad Shaf'i says:

    Ah, this reminds of Nevada during the rainy season. It was quite refreshing at night after these rainy periods. Too bad now I live in North Carolina, where the weather has been sporadic for a few weeks. It was spring like weather after the Thanksgiving holiday, then a cold front approached (close to freezing temperatures), then it became warm, and now it’s cold with the occasional drizzle. Quite dismal, eh?

  6. Haleem says:

    140 in the rain! Boy I would love to see what they do if the roads ever get ice!

    LOL at switching on hazard lights.

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