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Monday, September 24, 2012

iPhone-O-Gram! Heading Out!

I'm headed toward Lexington, Kentucky. Made it as far as Asheville and needed to take a rest break.

Gosh I love driving through mountains!

I think wandering this antique mall will do just fine to stretch my legs, don't you??

After that---I'm headed for the smoky mountains and the Tennessee state line!!

15 comments:

Anna said...

Have a safe trip Bonnie, I'll see you in Sheperdsville on Friday. Cricket and I will get in on Thursday evening.

Anonymous said...

I love the mountains too! They bring me peace, and make me realize just how small I am. Have a fun and safe trip.

Randy D. said...

Looks like a beautiful day for a drive!!! Be safe!

osuzanna said...

Waving at you from Claxton, TN as you pass though ! Have a great trip..... Suzanne

joenprky@aol.com said...

I love your blog,If I need a uplift I just check you out.. thanks Have a safe trip, with lots of fun

Anonymous said...

Please do not use your cell phone when you're driving!

Sue's Stitchin' said...

How many miles do you have on Shamu?? He's covered a lot of ground

Cindy, The Purple Quilter said...

Wish that was me and my hubby on that red motorcycle in front of you!!! :) We will be heading that way on the Harley in late October...can't wait! :) Have fun and stay safe.
cmagee84@juno.com

Sandra Henderson said...

I bet it is a gorgeous day there! It's nice here. been sitting outside. It sure makes the time go by quickly when you have gorgeous scenery. I LOVE the mountains. They are calling to me... Be safe. There's crazy people out there.

judy crumpler said...

Have a safe & fun trip.....

Sandy Beach Sewing said...

If you came along I-40 you were about 2 miles from my house. Have a safe trip to Lexington.

Christie said...

Where are you going once you get to Lexington? There are about 3 or 4 quilt shops there in Lexington, not enough though! Ha! Have fun and enjoy my Old Kentucky Home...I grew up in Brandenburg way out in God's country, but now I'm a Georgia Peach!
If you have time for a little side trip, right off of I-75 at Corbin, KY, stop in at Cumberland Falls to see the Moonbow (visible from sunset to midnight), the next dates are September 28-October 1
BTW, I just "found" you and began doing leaders and enders at the end of August...I have about 20 blocks and about 3 dozen kitted by my machine! I love that my crumbs have a purpose!

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to your classes in Lexington! Safe travels.

Susan Torrens said...

Now I can hardly wait to leave for our winter in the south! We drive across I-81, and always look forward to that part of the trip. Sometimes we drive a section of the Blue Ridge Parkway too! We keep finding new favourite places and views!

Gail said...

Bonnie,

I would so love to be able to drive through that part of the country someday. When I do get the chance for a roadtrip, I'm like you, I make the most of it and enjoy every mile. I love being able to stop where I please whenever I see something interesting the catches my eye.