Dear Blog Friends, George and I celebrated our 22 wedding Anniversary on June 23. SO--in order to experience this special celebration, we headed to Pisgah Inn (on the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina) from June 21-24.
Today I'll share just a few of our MANY photos from that trip. I put them in an order so that it would tell you a story about this year's Anniversary Celebration! I hope you enjoy the story!!!
|Uh Oh... This is what we encountered when we got up that mountain!!!!!!! (And it stayed FOGGY that evening and the entire next day!!)|
|After a good night's sleep, there nothing better to cheer someone up than a nice big breakfast at the inn restaurant. YUM.|
|WOW---on the morning of our ANNIVERSARY, the fog lifted and we had a view of the mountains and valleys below!!!!!! Beautiful don't you think?|
|SO we headed east along the Blue Ridge Parkway taking pictures along the way. Don't you love that sky????|
|We made it up to CRAGGY GARDENS (elevation about 5500 feet) --and while we were there, the fog rolled in!!! But we still enjoyed being there!!!|
|While near Craggy, I was thrilled to see two of my favorite high mountain trees. This one is named FLAME AZALEA...|
|This one is called MOUNTAIN ASH and I love it... IF we were to come back in September/October, this tree is covered with red berries! So beautiful.|
|After dinner, look what we saw!!!! Since I thought of son, Bert. so much during this trip--I think this RAINBOW was a message from him telling us Happy Anniversary and that he is doing fine...|
|OH ---how I loved seeing that rainbow ---and just being at Pisgah Inn with the love of my life! Happy Anniversary, Honey. Can we have 22 more years together???????|
|What a perfect ending for a perfect day!|
|The next morning at Breakfast, our amazing waiter took our picture!!! Look at the amazing view we had from the restaurant window!!!!|
|I love this big cloud!!!! Bert is sitting up here looking down at us! (I love you, my son, and miss you more than you know!)|
|Here's one last picture of a beautiful sunrise on the last morning of our trip.|