Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Road Trip!

Today Phil and I drove over Afton Mountain to the college city of Charlottesville. It is about 1/2 hour away. Come with us as we drive!









“What a God! His road stretches straight and smooth. Every God-direction is road-tested. Everyone who runs toward him makes it.
Psalm 18

12 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

Wow! Ginny, the colours are stunning! I enjoying taking this ride with you.

The Feminine Energy said...

Oh Ginny, those pictures!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for letting me tag along. What beautiful scenery! Love, Andrea xoxo

Ann said...

How pretty. Looks like fall isi n full swing there. Thanks for inviting us on the ride

Tamago said...

Thank you for taking us to the road trip. What beautiful autumn colors!

From the Kitchen said...

Such a beautiful city! I've always found it to be what a college town should look like!

Best,
Bonnie

MadSnapper said...

there is no doubt in my mind at all that God created all the magnificent colors that line the streets where you drove. Wow and Wow!!! awesome indeed.. I love the one with the cars crowding the street between the trees. the colors are AMAZING!!! if I HAD to pick a favorite it is the one with the double statue, the buiding, traffic signal, all that color. wow

Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful autumn colors! My favorite is the one with the bronzed (turned turquoise) statue. Lovely contrast!

George said...

The autumn colors are gorgeous. Great photos.

Lois said...

Gorgeous color Ginny! I love Charlottesville.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Thanks for inviting me to join you and Phil on this ride. The colors are amazing. Your company was good as well,at least I’m sure it would be in reality.

DeniseinVA said...

Oh my, you saw some beautiful sights along the way. Gorgeous colors in those trees! I like Charlottesville a lot. My sister-in-law used to teach there and we stayed at her place once. This has been several years ago now though.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh how I enjoyed that sleigh ride (my dream) with you two. I love those leaves - thank you.

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