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Monday, February 6, 2012

Cincinnati, Ohio to Columbia, South Carolina

Good morning,

We have recently driven from Cincinnati to Florida again, but today's images are from our last trip South.  I have mentioned the antique cars we saw on this trip and even promised to publish the pictures, but haven't done so yet.  Since we are again aboard Freedom of the Seas where I can only upload on US port days (satellite is too slow!), I am publishing these images in advance until I can upload new ones from the current trip South and the ship.
We passed the many quilt barns when we passed through Kentucky.  I never get tired to seeing these.
There was cloud cover, but the weather was dry.  Yeah!
Another quilt barn. :)
We began seeing antique cars!  So cool.
 My parents had a 1948 Buick.  :)
 Soon we were leaving Kentucky and entering...
 We generally stop at the rest stop near Jellico, Tennessee.  This time we were treated to the sight of many, many antique cars.  I talked with some of the people and learned they were on their way to a show in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
 Are these cool or what!  The cream Edge on the right lined up with the oldies is our car.
 This one is from Ohio, too. :)
 And, these cars run!
 Some, though, were being trucked to the auto show in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

 When we reached North Carolina the rain started.
 We went into the tunnel and escaped from a light rain ...
 ...for a short distance.
 When we came out the other side...
 ...the sun was waiting for us. 

This was a fun leg of our journey.  We so enjoyed seeing the old cars.

All the best,


Diana said...

I love seeing those antique cars Lois. And the Muscle cars. Very nice road trip! Love Di ♥

Montanagirl said...

Fun! Love seeing those old cars.

Judy said...

I love those old cars, what fun to see them.

TexWisGirl said...

the cars were fun, but that quilt barn got me!

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...love the Quilt barns ..I have never seen one here in Maine...
Those old cars are great ...I remember my Uncle Lester had one we would pile in and he would crank it in the front to start it..ahhh the good old days!!

Michele said...

Enjoy your trip! Thanks for showing all the antique cars!

Gunn said...

I found my favorite car, the one with the cream colored roof....and the rest is some sort of brown/yellow color!:)

Have a nice time!

Rose said...

Oh, I so love those old cars. How neat to find them when you are on a road trip...even if it was last year.

Elaine said...

Not the usual traffic you see in a rest stop! Lovely old vehicles.