Saturday, March 28, 2020

A Sunday Drive

We went for a drive today, to see signs of spring. Come along with us! 
Many trees are in bloom.



Here's a Tulip Poplar just a few blocks away.


A row of Forsythia.

A classic car.

Weeping Cherry.

It was so warm that the cows were coming into the pond to cool off.



We saw lots more, but that is for part 2.













18 comments:

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Nice

The Feminine Energy said...

Oh Ginny, these pictures are breathtaking!!! Such a beautiful spring in your area of the country. Thank you for sharing it with us. Love, Andrea XOXO

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Anni said...

Whoa! Nasty spam above my comment. That one should be reported and nixed...NOW!

Lovely Springtime images (I especially enjoyed this...not only pretty but, nothing about the virus.)

Sandi said...

Isn't our world beautiful?

Chatty Crone said...

Ginny - you got the same nasty comment I got last blog. I am going to touch on it a bit tomorrow in my blog. So sad to know there is such hate out there.

Oh well - your blog is full of beauty and love and that is what we need to be concentrating on!

Love, sandie

Shug said...

These pictures have Blessed me this morning. God is so good and HE gives us so much beauty in this world.
I too remember those Sunday afternoon rides and oh how I would love to go back and have another ride with my Mom, Dad, and siblings... Have a Blessed day.

MadSnapper said...

all that beauty out there and we can't go out and play in it. so sad. everything is gorgeous... the thing back when daddy used to take us for sunday afternoon rides, is there was no TV, no color photos, no computers, no anything but sitting in yard or on porch. the only things we could see back then was what our eyes could see from the car..... your ride was full of beauty. love the cows and that old car as much as the flowers..bob said when he war on Sunday rides with family the gas was 8 cents a gallon and he hated being forced to go on that ride. they had 5 kids crammed in the back of a 1933 ford.

George said...

Thanks for taking us along on your beautiful drive. Spring has really sprung in your part of the country.

Rose said...

I love these and wish I could have been following you or with you on this drive. I see you have one of the Anonymous comments. Why don't someone get a life.

photowannabe said...

Yes and amen to the post at the end.
My Dad, Mom and I went on many of a afternoon drive just to get out and enjoy the world around us.
Happy memories.
Oh yes, all the flowering trees are magnificent. Everything is pretty much done around here and the trees are bursting with fresh green leaves.

Inger said...


That's one clean farm! It sparkles! And all the flowering trees were just lovely. What fun to just go for a drive together.

DeniseinVA said...

Thank you for this marvelous virtual drive you took us on. Everywhere is blooming where you are. It look gorgeous! Enjoyed the cows and that beautiful old car too, and the words at the end. It is a lovely day today :)

Tamago said...

Beautiful blossoms and peaceful sceneries! What a pleasant drive it was :-)

Monica Hein ~ Beauty Diary said...

Blooming trees! so beautiful

Ruth Hiebert said...

I still regularly take those lazy Sunday afternoon drives. They are the best. You got some amazing pictures along the way.

Anonymous said...

Ginny, oh those flowering trees are absolutely beautiful! What a lovely drive! Thank you for taking us along with you!

Ann said...

Beautiful. Spring has definitely arived there. I'm hoping it won't be long before it's looking like that around here.

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