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Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina



No matter where you are on the "Blue Ridge Parkway" you will love every single moment. It travels through Virginia and North Carolina. Mom & I decided to take a bit of it before we headed on back to homelands. The part we took was lot of 35 mph and not very much quicker 45 mph. There are so many twists and turns ...I spent a lot of the time lower than 35 mph. The way were headed we were not getting home early than 6 pm, a quick part of the parkway and back to interstate driving. It was fun while it lasted & if there would have been more things blooming we may have stayed on even longer. It is always there & always FREE. 

The trip was made April 21-22. My Mom called me the next day to see if I had rested up ...I told her I was cleaning the deck, getting it ready to stain??!! What, how is the resting? she said to me. I had not had a good nights sleep in 2 nights. hey, I was too excited, a girls night away, too fun!! Beth ( : 

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, pretty shots from the Parkway! I am glad you had a great time away with your mom. Have a happy Thursday!
EG CameraGirl said…
It looks like a beautiful road to take slowly. I think when people speed they miss so much!!
Linda Kay said…
Lovely pictures, Beth. We will be traveling through the Appalachians in a week, so look forward to similar views and will share them.
TexWisGirl said…
just beautiful!
Missy George said…
Great shots...glad you had fun with your Mom..
Maggid said…
I agree with eileen - It's Awesome you have good times with your mom - (Blue Ridge . . Super YES!!!!)
William Kendall said…
Amazing views up there!
Kay G. said…
Hello, Beth!
I love the Blue Ridge Parkway, I think it is lovely at all times of the year but in the Autumn, when the leaves change...it is incredible!
How pretty! This is on my bucket list..we almost made it one year, but not quite. Soon, I hope.
Stephanie said…
Breathtaking view.
Cheryl @ TFD said…
This is one place I really want to see. Your photos are beautiful, Beth, and so are your header photos.
Have a nice weekend!
Rose said…
Even though I grew up in northeast Tennessee, I have never drove the Blue Ridge Parkway!
Love road trips!
Mildred said…
Truly a beautiful place! me
Linda said…
Love the parkway! Skyline Drive is very close to us, though, so we go there fairly often.
Michelle said…
These are some great shots. It is such a beautiful area!

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