A genial greeting as we make our way back home; I cannot say enough of the friendliness of this Amish community.
On the road again, just can’t wait to get on the road again- that song might have entered my mind (yes, I am a geek at times). There is endless amusement around every corner of a paved, dirt, gravel, or brick road. I have been, at times, accused of “rubbernecking” sometimes even not saying a word until we are well past what I have seen. “Turn around”, I say. The sight of an old building as we are traveling past a town is always worth a closer look and it paid off… An old Feed Store and a tobacco plant? Very cool, very cool indeed! My love for old buildings and the stories that they hold will never cease to exist. Ahhh, the beauty that decay and abandonment can hold.
Through hills and valleys, forests and farmlands we traveled, making our way back to our little furry ones.
This particular trip was overall one of my favorites to date… although, there are many more to come. Dan’s birthday has past and mine is around the corner. What will this year of birthday excursions bring?
I thank you for eye-opening trip we had last year honey and look forward to many more.