I used Quadracools idea to remember everything:
2. Something out of place. A wooden cow in this front yard. And a shopping cart at least 1/2 mile from any retail stores.
3. Something with at least 4 colors. I'm wearing orange, red, yellow and blue (the skirt doesn't look blue from the weird cloudy sky but it is).
4. A favorite place to run. Berg Park Riverwalk. I spotted 6 deer bedded down in the trees. Look close.
5. A fancy house or building.....some bonus points here....first of all, this is New Mexico people so aside from the very old Native American Ruins, the oldest homes around are late 1890s. This shot is of my house...built in 1907 (which I assume is older than AliKate's great-grandmother) and happens to be one of the 10 oldest homes in town. Cool part is, this is MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE (and great-grandfather's) that has always been in the family. The house on the right is the 2nd oldest house in town (built in 1897).
6. Something with one of the letters v, w, x or z. Double whammy. Well, we happen to drive two VW cars.....zoom in REAL close to see the symbols on the cars.
Yes we started and ended our run here, but we also ran by it around mile 20 to drop our dork (hydration) packs for the last 2 miles (when I took the picture).
7. A green car.....we saw SOOOO many that we stopped taking photos....here are a few:
and my favorite one:
8. Something with numbers than can be combined to make 10. This is actually the house my Dad's family home...it's a Bed and Breakfast now and could also count as a pretty "fancy" house. The address is 505 (5+0+5=10), but New Mexico's area code is 505 which I think is also cool. Also has a sign of spring on the trees.
9. Something with a Loop in it. Potty-stop at the tennis courts and saw their tennis-racket-loopy handrails:
10. Something making a funny face. This tar in the pavement is less than a mile from our house and we run past it often. Love it.
11. Something sarcastic....no photo here. Could've been the lady at the Bar (literally) inside the hotel that we stopped at around mile 18 as we were out of water that called our hydration bottles "baby bottles".
Or could be the look on my Sentry's face when we got home and didn't bring him anything (and obviously didn't take him with us).