I’ve been on a bit of a road trip…

We took a week to travel from Ohio, through Kentucky, to Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia before pointing our wheels back home. We visited three national parks (one I missed the sign for) and drove on some roads that if you ever get a chance to drive – do it!!!

I didn’t get to see the bears that one park is well known for but we did see more turkeys than I ever hope to see again, elk, deer, chickens, some other birds and we had to take a detour on one part of the drive because ten miles of it was closed due to snow and ice on the mountain.

Nothing like a winter wonderland in the middle of October!

So here we have me doing the classic tourist shots in front of all the signs. The one park sign I missed was the New River Gorge National Park in West Virginia. Zipped right past it – whoops! Will be sharing images from our road trip coming up. On a side note, my health is improving but still not where I want it to be just yet. Very thankful for health insurance even with the bills.

Teri πŸ“·

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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14 Responses to I’ve been on a bit of a road trip…

  1. Nancy says:

    Glad you are feeling better! A wonderful road trip… what fun for you both.
    Stay warm!

  2. GP says:

    Great to see you smiling and enjoying the US outdoors! Beautiful country we have here!

  3. Garfield Hug says:

    Good holiday!! Take care. Enjoy.

  4. What a perfect fall road trip!

  5. Ah! Seeing your photo by the Blue Ridge Parkway sign makes me realize we missed that photo op on our recent trip to NC. Oh well, we’ll just have to go back. Wasn’t it a gorgeous area in October!?!

  6. We love living in Kentucky! Thanks for passing through.

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