- Aug 2, 2009
- Gainesville, Ga. or Green Valley Az.
You have no idea what a challenge that is for me. I am the reverse of you and Daniel. I stop at a pull off and take a scenery pic every couple of days that never has a road in it. However my ugly mug with a cigar hanging out of it and a river or a lake running through my brain is common. next I never mark them for location or year.
But seeing as what is coming up next is for sure of my 2014 super blue II Goldwing trip and I found this spot so intriguing I remember snapping pics in every direction. so I will do 1 a day, or maybe a week until somebody gets it right.
Oh and before you ask super blue 1 was a 1954 buick painted with Chevelle Marina blue paint and 3 is of course the 2017 blue special V7 III.
here are 2 more the one without the Jeep is sleeping accommodations.
yes I know my computer / forum skills suck.
I'll add a few hints to help make it solvable: People speak English, but even so, you might have trouble understanding them. There are a couple of sheep next to the road. Also, this land was once heavily mined, but those scars have mostly healed by now. It often seems that pretty much everybody has the same last name.
Somewhere in Wales perhaps?NOT in the U.S. Wrong color road markings...
Somewhere in Wales perhaps?
I am but not mainland. Would autonomous community hint at the Basque Country?With those hints, I'm not sure you wouldn't have had it even without the picture. The language is English (mostly and sort of), the very common last name is "Jones", the movie is "How Green was my Valley" and you'll see abandoned coal mines all over.
Are you in Spain? Let's try this:
First hint: Spain
So, let's see if we can identify the autonomous community.
Would autonomous community hint at the Basque Country?