Took my morning ride around nearby and found more than I expected.

These are each and all FOLDED — except for the two on top.

Within those folds are CRINKLE cut cushiony fillings…

There were a few BENDS around…

And, of course, WRINKLES

Back to Part 1 of the challenge, I did find a couple reflective markings …

On all the jersey barriers that line the perimeter road of Boeing, there are these long white reflectors…

I ponder, and I think maybe Rich will tell me, what is the difference of red vs. white reflectors? Does it depend on the angle, the light, the type of road??

I continue to have fun looking for things — and there are lots to look for between lights, reflectors, folds, creases, wrinkles, crinkles, bents and dents. To say nothing of the ’weird or different’!!!

PS: I almost forgot the different types of lamps I have not noticed before. Or have not been aware of enough for a photo.


  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: July 20, 2022

    Another great compilation of challenge items! Excellent!

    Helen is going to make another tally — you have to be closing in on Greg.
    Helen did suggest Brattleboro, VT would be a far superior award than Hoopeston — I have to agree — and reversing the time spent for first and second place accordingly. 🙂

    Here is what I found about reflectors:

    Yes. Each color has a specific usage. The rules are simple. White reflectors are placed along white traffic lines; yellow reflectors are placed along yellow traffic lines. Red reflectors tells drivers that they are going the wrong way up a one-way ramp or that they should not enter. Blue reflectors mark fire hydrants. Other colors are used for other purpose

    • By: NancyG Posted: July 21, 2022

      I KNEW you would have the answers. Thanks! The long white reflectors are on upright barriers. I suppose that is kind of like a traffic line.

      Greg is good for both prizes I think.

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