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Tempting as it was to stay put, after two nights we packed up at Waynesboro, Virginia and continued our journey north with our plan to continue our trek of the Great Smoky Mountains and this time to follow the Virginian Scenic Drive through Shenandoah National Park. The Scenic Drive is approximately 105 miles long and dare I say, is very similar to the Blue Ridge Parkway that we had driven further south in North Carolina and Tennessee. We drove just a ...
Greenwood - Day Three - Monday.
Started the day off slowly enjoying a cup of good coffee and then got a text from Helen Jo a little after 7:00 asking if I was up. Fixed a second cup of coffee and called her and we talked for over an hour. In fact we talked too long. Jerry went back to the bedroom to read and went back to sleep. I figured he needed the rest so I didn't wake him after I finished talking with Helen Jo. We finally got it ...
... Cynthia was driving home so we spent time with Denis eating chips and really good and spicy salsa while talking about this and that. He showed us some old pictures of Zachary that were absolutely adorable and then Cynthia showed up. It was so great to see them both healthy and happy. Unfortunately we couldn't stay long because we were already set back a bit with our driving time; you see we were on our way to a Despina dinner and wanted to make it in ...
... brewing, and ice for the chilly bin.
We drove back down the beautiful Skyline drive and went for a walk in the woods. The sun was shining, the new leaves green and radiant and rampant chipmunks running through the underbrush. Some pictures were attempted to be taken, but the little rodents just wouldn't stay still. We then stopped next to a gorgeous overlook and pulled out the collapsible table for a picnic lunch. ...
... of the Blue Ridge mountains and the Shenadoah Valley, places I've heard about, and sung about, but never seen before. The Shenandoah Valley was dotted with cow pastures, and the cows had the gall to stand right next to the road, frustrating Lily no end. She was quite vocal about her displeasure with my refusal to stop.
So it looks like tomorrow will see the end of this journey, as I head up the Turnpike for a long days drive...home.