Friday, June 4, 2021

Weekend Roundup

 Welcome to The Weekend Roundup...hosted by Tom The Back Roads Traveler

My last rounds were coffee and beer. So it's time for a road trip and some food and sleep!

1. Starts with "W"
2. A Favorite
3. WATER chosen by Tom

Starts with "W"
Taking a road trip this round.

Wawa takes its name from the Ojibwe word for "wild goose", wewe. Wawa was defined as wild goose in The Song of Hiawatha.

WORLD largest WILD Goose


WATER truck on WATERFRONT Toronto

Déjà Brew
A catchall for leftover beer, coffee and whatever catches my fancy!

WAG the WOLF WHITE IPA Beer by local brewery Beau.


  1. It's been years since I was in Wawa.

  2. Love that Wind in the Willows doorway - thanks for the virtual wander with you in your corner of the world!
    Wren x

  3. Jackie, you find some very interesting photo opportunities. Wawa is a surprise name for a town. There is a Wahoo, Nebraska, west of Omaha. I had my first after-age-twenty-one beer there. Normally we would have to go to Kansas where the legal age was 21 or else have a friend buy it for us.
    I'm also learning a new word, "algoma". I will look it up after I leave here. Thank you, it's my second new word today. The first was "leviathan".

  4. W have a town here in Hawaii also called Wawa. No longer on the maps, but means something like a roar. Probably of the water coming in there on the rocks.

  5. Wow. What a great entrance to the Wind in the Willows. I don't think I've ever seen a water truck.. interesting. There really is a place called WaWa ?

  6. Wawa is a store I’d grown up with in southern Pennsylvania. When we visited my dad years back I bought some Wawa I’ll travel mugs for our coffee. They lasted for ages in the words Wawa finally wore off, made me sad.

  7. The water truck is such a great idea!

  8. Such a fun post! I love all the "w" pictures you took! ;-)

  9. Wind in the Willows is one of my childhood favourites!


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