After the almost single minded focus on the November election with it’s exciting conclusion, it was time for a getaway.
First stop: Atlanta and a quick visit with Andrew and Jon.
And Tela and Wilson, too.
We attended the Virginia Tech / Georgia Tech football game (my team lost …) but we also enjoyed site seeing, a little shopping (a very little), and lots of good food and drink. Surprisingly, I didn’t take many photos, but I was pretty happy with the few shots that I did take.
After leaving Georgia, I hit the road for Maggie Valley. Set in the mountains of North Carolina, the town is situated near the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Cherokee Indian Reservation.
We enjoyed visiting the Wheels Through Time motorcycle museum
and the Museum of the Cherokee Indian.
It was wonderful to have unplanned time to explore without a specific agenda,
and to enjoy the beauty of nature’s gifts.
Great pictures Laurie. I particularly liked the 3 of the mountains.
It looks like a fun trip.
Beautiful images Laurie 🙂 Isn’t autumn gorgeous ?
I love to read about you taking time to have fun. Your fun is always so active and gorgeous looking!
Every photo has something fabulous about it – and is that blue of the far hills real? It is a stunning view!!
and loved that middle misty mountain shot
I love the glowing tree. And the dogs. Sounds as though you had a great trip!
And so you should be pleased with those excellent shots
Those mountain photos are amazing! Glad you got to get away!
The one with yellow trees and this one with the chairs are my favorite. Enjoy your vacation dear
Oups… I meant dear Laurie 😁