Where Are They Now?

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It’s been fairly quiet for a few days and ya’ll might be wondering where in the world we are. Well, right now we are sitting on the deck at a friend’s house in Arlington, Virginia. (Which I might add is now a number of hours ago) I know, I know…last you heard we were in Hanson, Massachusetts with friends. Ahem…we left there on Sunday morning and headed for Pennsylvania to tour the back roads and country lanes. Quite beautiful I must say! We spent the night in a little town called Denver then hit the road again the next morning visiting high spots of country life before zipping through New York, Connecticut, and then Maryland which is where we spent last night (Tuesday). Today’s post is a smattering of our photos along the way to catch you all up on this cross-country journey of America through our lens.

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There are a whole lot of beautiful places in the world with many found right in our own country’s backyard. Small towns, rolling hills and pastures brimming with green or spent corn. Covered bridges, creeks, rivers and lakes. Colors of trees and foliage ranging from pale yellow to deep crimson to the stark beauty of bone grey trees stripped naked for the winter.

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3 thoughts on “Where Are They Now?

  1. Diane, We’re enjoying the posts. Did have to wonder what happened to you two the last few days!!! Do you have any tentative itinerary for the next week? At one time you had indicated that you might be to Kansas City by mid November which is this week-end – how is that looking? Carolyn & Dad

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  2. Some more great pictures. I love the look of rural America. I can almost smell that earthy decaying leaves smell in the air. It makes me want to put on a down filled vest and leather boots and go walking in the Autumn sunshine.

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