Happy Labor Day Monday everyone. We back home, with most everything unloaded, put away, laundry being washed, grocery's bought, lunch fixed, and most all of the needful chores done. Levi still needs a bath, the yard could stand to be mowed, but both of them may have to wait just a bit.
We hope everyone has had a great Labor Day Weekend, no matter if you got no days, one, two, or three days, or heck even if you're retired.
To wrap up our trip to the mountains this past weekend, we want to share with you some of our Sunday. While the Blue Ridge Parkway is one of the most beautiful drives on the east coast, if not the whole of the USA, most people hop on the BRP at a major highway crossing, drive a few miles, hop off at another major highway crossing and continue along their way. While the BRP isn't for making good time, it is all about slowing down and seeing the scenery.
Most travelers of the BRP don't realize it, but there is a whole network of gravel one and two lane roads along the BRP. Having travelled every foot of the BRP, we enjoy spending time on these back country lanes. The views are amazing, the traffic non-existent, and the pace is as slow as you want to go.
Thanks for riding along the backroads with us again today. We're both busy getting ready for week two of school, so we'll be closing for now.
Until next time, stay safe out there.....-R,T,&J.