Leaving Tennessee yesterday morning I saw a giant guitar. So I tried to grab a pic.
I only got a little thru the door. But yesterday was a great day to drive. We did hit a couple spots of rain. Then came Virginia.
And lots of memories for us near here. We passed signs to Damascus. The AT goes right down thru town main street. It is called the friendliest trail town and sponsors ‘Trail Days' every year. They open the town to hikers present and past. Many concessionaires set up and hawk backpacking supplies. Fun time we attended one.
Not a painting, this is our couch (Agfhan by Mary Ann) and our road view.
Today’s chauffeur and his view. below:
Sherry relieved me a couple times.
But the most beautiful part of the trip of course is the Shenandoah valley. Lush farm land and beautiful sights. Note the Mountains in the back ground. Everyone you see, we have climbed and hiked over, They are the Shenandoah's.
You are looking at an easy hike on that hog back mountain in the distance, once you were up you didn’t have to keep going up and down, you stayed high.
My girl thought this was an interesting BK!
I believe that says ‘ENDLESS CAVERNS’ on the side of the mountain, we hiked way, way above it.
That is part of the Shenandoah Valley. I kept saying “Shane, Shane, come back Shane!!”
We crossed the Appalachian trail where we hiked under and over the interstate when we were younger, in our 60’s. I only got Sherry lost once the entire length of the Shenandoah's. I got off on an animal trail, when I started crawling, I got the message she said, “Honey, don’t you think we should go back?”
So today, if you are reading this during the day, we are on the road to Gettysburg. We will pass thru a little of West Virginia, then into Pennsylvania. We plan to spend a couple weeks in PA. If you have ever been to any productions of Sight and Sound, near Lancaster, I am sure you enjoyed them. We hope to catch another one if something is going on that we have not seen.
Thanks for visiting the LOG.
Why is it that Doctors call what they do 'practice'?
I did not see either of my favorite cars yesterday. As a matter of fact I saw no classics on the road. BUT here is today’s catch:
The BMW Isetta, a beautiful little car with one door, one seat vehicle. Powered by a BMW Motorcycle engine. The front was a door. The steering wheel and dash pivoted out when opening the door. Shirl had one of these she sold with her collection of Studs.