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- Open Road is the eighth studio album, and ninth album overall, from Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan. It is also considered the debut album from the band Open Road.
- A path or course of action without care or hindrance
- Open Road is a CD and DVD release by the Canadian band Cowboy Junkies. It is a four-hour CD/DVD documentary of performances from 2001.
- "Open Road" is the first single from Bryan Adams' 2004 album "Room Service".
- A road or highway allowing easy travel, esp. one outside an urban area
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
- a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
- Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
- change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
- fifth: coming next after the fourth and just before the sixth in position
- The Fifth Amendment (Amendment V) to the United States Constitution, which is part of the Bill of Rights, protects against abuse of government authority in a legal procedure. Its guarantees stem from English common law which traces back to the Magna Carta in 1215.
- 5 (five) is a number, numeral, and glyph. It is the natural number following 4 and preceding 6.
The Open Road
Looking at life through the rearview mirror was the inspiration for John Hiatt s brand new album, The Open Road. A classic Hiatt record, the rockin songs sizzle with the heat from two-lane blacktop on a summer s day. Hiatt and his touring band (Kenny Blevins on drums, Patrick O Hearn on bass and Doug Lancio on guitars) recorded a set that gives Garage Rock a new meaning. All the other years, my songs are about coming home, Hiatt says. But within these 11 new songs including Haulin and the title track The Open Road home is never the destination.
Wheeling Suspension Bridge
I was so thrilled to walk across this incredable bridge...It's really amazing...
The Wheeling Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the main channel of the Ohio River at Wheeling, West Virginia. It was the largest suspension bridge in the world from 1849 until the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge was opened in 1851. It was designed by Charles Ellet Jr., who also worked on the Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge. The Wheeling bridge was the first to span the Ohio River, and was an important link on the National Road.
The main span is 1,010 feet (310 m) from tower to tower. The east tower rests on the Wheeling shore, while the west tower is on Zane's Island. The east tower is 153.5 feet (46.8 m) above the low-water level of the river, or 82 feet (25 m) from the base of the masonry. The west tower is 132.75 feet (40.46 m) above low water, with 69 feet (21 m) of masonry.
"Do you want a car?"
"Well - it would be nice..."
"What would you buy?"
"Anything with wheels!"
"Today's your lucky day then."
"Have fun with your new car!"
"Ha ha. Very funny."
My Dad in a fit of humor decided to give me this car over the holidays. I think we both realized that this is the closest I'm going to get to owning a 4-wheeler any time soon...
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In this heartwarming comedy, minor leaguer Carlton Garrett (Justin Timberlake) takes an unexpected road trip to track down his estranged father, legendary baseball player Kyle Garrett (Jeff Bridges) when Carlton’s mother (Mary Steenburgen) becomes sick. Knowing his charming yet painfully immature dad’s likelihood to disappoint, Carlton enlists his on-again-off-again girlfriend Lucy (Kate Mara) for emotional support. Once reunited, Carlton struggles to deal with the series of misadventures caused by his father’s antics, including missed flights, car trouble and bathroom brawls. Years of miscommunication, frustration and comically awkward attempts at bonding come to a head as the mismatched trio make their way from Ohio back home to Houston to reunite the family.
Jeff Bridges excels at playing grizzled, somewhat compromised men who have a variety of things to be embarrassed about. Thus he's apt casting for The Open Road, a father-son picture that puts its estranged duo on a road trip in the Midwest. Bridges plays a former big-league ballplayer, now contentedly boozing through his golden years signing things at card shows and telling anecdotes in bars. Justin Timberlake plays the son, a joyless baseball player who's worried about his mother (Mary Steenburgen), due for a tricky operation and demanding to see her ex-husband. When son travels to fetch his errant father, Dad agrees to come--but getting him across half the country is another story. This brings up one of the problems of the modern road movie: with modern convenience being what it is, how do you convincingly force people into a car together for a few days? Writer-director Michael Meredith contrives a few reasons, and if you're won over by the movie's amiable tone and the laid-back acting, maybe you'll go along with it. Timberlake, a capable actor in other circumstances (Alpha Dog, for instance), struggles with the first-person role here; he doesn't add a great deal of seasoning to the mix. Kate Mara brings her usual equilibrium to a hard-to-justify role as Timberlake's ex-girlfriend/best pal, who tags along on the road trip for complicated, not entirely credible reasons. Nice people like Harry Dean Stanton and Lyle Lovett pop up in small parts, and roadside motels and cornfields add flavor. But it's up to Jeff Bridges to generate the reasons for sticking with this one, and he comes through with a shrewd portrait of a guy who'd really like to be somewhere else--someplace where they don't hold you accountable for things. As for director Meredith, he's the son of Don Meredith, longtime Dallas Cowboys star and broadcaster. Any similarities between "Dandy Don" and Jeff Bridges's character are surely unavoidable. --Robert Horton
Stills from The Open Road (Click for larger image)
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