While I await the delivery of the DYNAMAX ISATA 5 28SS I sit reminesings of my Eastern travels. Based in the Mid-Atlantic was about perfect tobase out of. Lived in Lancaster. PA. Easy access to the New England States. Pleasent two day drive to Florida, and all ponts in between; although still don't know of many of the hidden treasures to be found here.
I have relocated to the West. Have a small ranch - TRINITY RANCH, named after our Heavenly Father for he is allowing me to live here; but we know who owns it!
Back the yesterday's dreams...
Built the home in 2003 and one of the things high on the list was to see the abundant and varied Fall Colors. In the West most of the color is yellow. Here it is indeed a painters pallet.
Where to go first was the delema, Obviosly follow the color from the north down. So the first trip was to Vermont. New Hampshire. Driving through Pennsylvania and New York found the beginning of a glorious season of color to come. Photo below is only a couple of miles from home. Color is just beginning to arrive. Unfortuneately there was rain and wind locally that year. Often that is a problem. To dry of a summer or to windy in the Fall and the color is not as intenese. You take you chances.
Covered bridge, Lancaster, PA
Chasing the train at Strasburg, PA
From Upper Left: Portland Light, ME, Rocks in a Stream, VT,
Buggy in the Rain, Lancaster, PA, Mabry Mill, Gathering of Eagles, OH
Above, Mystic Seaport, CT
Beautiful scenery and some fine airshows and museums too. Here is the World War I AirShow at Virginia Beach. The other is the Slave ship Amistad departing the Mystic Seaport. You can find the blog posts of both of these trips further down in the blog. Enjoy.
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