Hi everyone, hope your week has been a good one so far!
Well we went from this,
sunny, relatively mild Savannah with stately moss draped live oaks,
Yep, we made it back to the arctic zone!
While I am happy to be home after such a long trip, I really could do without the snow and cold!
This is (or, should I say "was"?) our front deck, where you can get a peek a boo glimpse of our now snow covered motor home!
So today I thought I'd share with you a few photos that I snapped from the road trip home.
I couldn't get a good pic of the entire span of Talmadge Bridge in Savannah which we crossed, so I found the one below, on line. It is pretty impressive, and much, much bigger when you are driving over it, especially in a motor home!
And here is pic that I snapped going over the bridge!
Thankfully hubby does all of the driving!
On long trips like this, we always pull hubby's car, so that makes us a whopping 47 feet long!!
Hold your breath, and don't look over the edge!!
I always get a kick of of goofy signs when we are traveling. This was next door to the gas station where we stopped to refuel, in South Carolina. Not sure if "Chickin Lickin" is really world famous, as the sign says.................
And once you are finished with your Southern fried chicken,
you can hop next door for some fireworks!
For some reason, the people of the south seem to love their fireworks!
This is Katie's favorite perch when we are going down the road!
The beautiful mountains near Asheville, North Carolina.
The roads were perfectly clear and dry as we drove thru Asheville.
Another Asheville view from the road.
It got colder of course the further north we headed.
Just look at these huge icicles along the road in Tennessee!
Going thru the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Even though I wasn't excited to see snow again, I must admit it was pretty!
Thankfully, we didn't have any snowy conditions on the roads til we reached southern Ohio, where we woke up to several inches of freshly fallen snow, and it was still coming down!
And this last shot is a pic of our back yard that I snapped this morning
(from the comfort of inside, I might add!)
Yes, home is sweet, but in truth I am hoping for an early spring!
Not so sure we will be getting it here in the Midwest!
Stay warm and snug!