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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Maryland Countryside

Good morning,

We were blessed with wonderful weather for our February road trip. 
We are going West this time from Virginia to Ohio. 
Today's images are of the Maryland countryside.
This farm is nestled in the rolling hills...
...that you see here from the highway without the zoom.
Although the brown countryside is punctuated only by evergreens, it is still vibrant with the brightly colored barns and homes.
 Gorgeous!
 As we got higher into the mountains once again, we saw more snow.
 The highway patrol was quite busy out there.  ;)  We didn't have to talk with any of them.  We use the cruise control and aren't in any hurry.
 Finally for today, here is the other side of the church converted to an antique store that I showed you when we were going the other way.

 I hope you continue to enjoy our road trip.  :)

Best,
Lois

10 comments:

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Love the farm house all all the red hidden in the rolling hills. Beautiful country.

Jan n Jer said...

Maryland has some gorgeous landscape...being born n raised there, it will always have a piece of my heart!

Montanagirl said...

Always enjoy taking road trips with you! Love that photo you took (3rd one down) of the church and the trees! Very nice shot for being on the move!

TexWisGirl said...

lovely farms. i like when they use roofing for signage. :)

Birdman said...

We took a quick roadtrip yesterday, but saw lots of snow out our windows... Rockport MA

Bob Bushell said...

Thanks for the road trip Lois.

VP said...

You never see much traffic on these roads!

Sherry said...

I've enjoyed your trip! I would rather drive any day of the week and enjoy the scenery than the hassle of airports and airplanes.

Jack said...

I really like the green roof behind the bare trees.

Elaine said...

What a beautiful trip you had! I do wish we could take more short trips like that, but everything from here is either a long flight or a very long drive. Love that third photo of the church!