My photos don't do justice to the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. We have had a wonderful time at Jellystone Park and we have not even unhooked Hope. We have stayed right here for three days just enjoying Creation. Walks along the trails and the James River in a camp we have had pretty much to ourselves. My only regret is that I didn't carry my camera on the walks and take more pictures for you.
The trees up at this level are showing tints of yellow and when the wind blows acorns fall and small leaves rain to the ground.
The air has been cool and pleasant. We have had the coach windows and door open and we listened to the field crickets and birds. The Crows are particularly cacophonous in the mornings. There is a wonderful feeling of Peace that envelops and permeates you if you just listen.
Yesterday afternoon was just spent being luxuriantly lazy outside watching the clouds change shapes over the mountain top. Robert E. Lee himself road by on Traveler with a dog leaping and barking at him then morphed into a Disney character. Joanie gave me a run for my money in a game of corn hole. We snacked on cheese and crackers and cool drinks.