The west half. It’s a one-street town, and runs from here to there. This is from the parking lot of the hamburger joint where we all eat. It’s a two-town chain… lol. A local giant of commerce!

BTW: It doesn’t rain here all day every day. Sometimes we get snow, or we get below freezing weather. When it’s not raining and it’s not freezing, then it’s a matter of steaming. There are worse places. . . and I didn’t like them either! (I’m still a Desert girl.)
Oh, and you’re looking at the only stoplights in town. And why should we have more? Dairy cows don’t stop for them, anyway.


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Dayonda … “Dandy”
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  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanover 4 years ago

    cute little town Dayonda!

  • It is. . . it’s a couple or 3 miles long, but only the street deep, as far as commercial stuff. LoL, It’s pretty quiet.

    – Dayonda

  • barnsis
    barnsisover 4 years ago

    Like how you have taken this and the story that you have with it. Very well done.

  • thanks so much!!!
    Hey, it’s time to rejoing MESS: I’ll send you an invitation immediately!!

    – Dayonda

  • Rosalie Scanlon
    Rosalie Scanlonover 4 years ago

    I take it, it is not Rochester, NY!!!! Great street capture.

  • Nope, but the original settlers were from NY, and the original name of the town was that of some big town in NY State, but I don’t remember which, any more.
    Thanks for the thumbs up: Feels good!

    – Dayonda

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezabout 3 years ago

    Rochester looks like my kind of place, I hate big cities (anywhere) and could never live in one …

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