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Wholesale scarves are very charming accessories for mothers. It has been centuries limitless first time that woman began put on scarves, but you are not the particular fashion just about all until appropriate now. What's more, it is not necessarily women but men wear various scarves which are viewed as made of woolen material to you can keep them warm in ...
... miles through NC, TN, VA, WV, PA - 5 states of autumn splendor. And, it was a perfect 60 degree and sunny day. I wish I had more pics of the beautiful countryside, but it is difficult to capture from a 70 mph vehicle. All I can say is, we were not bored. I don't think I would have ever ended up in the SW corner of Pennsylvania had it not been for Frank Lloyd Wright. Tomorrow we tour ...
... is in Pittsburgh. Not long after that we crossed the border into Pennsylvania. We have been elsewhere in this state before. There was a lovely Welcome Centre (Information Centre) with picnic tables in a pleasant setting so it became time for lunch. At times we were sitting in sunshine and then the clouds came over, only to move on and the sunshine to return.
Collected some information about things near Pittsburgh. As we headed ...
Fallingwater was definitely one of the most amazing buildings I have ever been to. I had learned about Fallingwater several different times in school and it was amazing to finally see it in person. I had thought it was very modern and new but it has a very rustic feel due to the old materials used and the paint fading and rusting in places. The architecture is stunning and the ...
... me most of the day. I was travelling SE and got ahead of it a few times but then I’d stop for something and it would catch up with me. I was on Hwy 36 most of the way, which is narrow with very little shoulder, winding up and down and around hills, hummocks, dips and hollows, with long stretches of leafy tunnels of branches from the tall hardwood trees and little towns where the houses are set back maybe 10 feet from the road. It was all starting to look the ...