Weekly Travel Theme -Leading Lines

Ailsa’ Travel Theme for this week is “leading lines”.

Lines in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium:

The famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders were in one long line, and 80,000+  Cowboy fans were all fired up before the game started!

I know…this is not a leading line, but a line of culinary choices always makes people happy:

Watching ducks swimming in line was a lot fun:

It was a misty day, but the leading line on the Brooklyn Bridge from Brooklyn to New York City was clear!

The Brooklyn Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world from its opening until 1903. Due to Washington Roebling’s paralyzing injury, his wife Emily Warren Roebling stepped in as the “first woman field engineer”. On that opening day, a total of 1,800 vehicles and 150,300 people crossed. Emily Warren Roebling was the first to cross the bridge.  

Take a tour of Ailsa’ amazing “Leading Lines“!

34 thoughts on “Weekly Travel Theme -Leading Lines

      • I’ve been getting a bit backlogged, being on the road, but am popping in to Starbucks along the way to log on to their wifi and grab a cup of coffee, so I can get caught up with everyone’s entries bit by bit. :)


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