Yeahhhhhhhhhhh! We're home! Oh how we loved our trip, and how quickly it passed! We had such a good time, and can't believe it's over.
Our visit in Evansville with Jan's Mom was wonderful, but Saturday we were off for the last two legs home.
Southeast Indiana is beautiful with it's rolling countryside, and when we first saw those redbuds bloomin' after all that arid countryside, we just had to stop and get a good look:
How nice to see spring. Later, I couldn't help but jump out and take a picture of beautiful weeds! Yep, these beauties are roadside flowers in SE Indiana.
Both Southern Indiana, and Kentucky have some wonderful camping areas. In Indiana, the Hoozier National Forest has multiple campgrounds around lakes that are just lovely. Kentucky's Daniel Boone National Forest is another similar area that's worth exploring. Both have multiple caves too that are interesting.
As wonderful as all the Western Mountains were, there was no prettier sight to us than our first sight of the Appalachian chain of Eastern KY and West Virginia. And then, our own Allegheny Mountains:
What a wonderful sight when we crossed the New River (actually the 2nd oldest geologically, in the world - only the Nile is older) which means were are close to home, since we live in what is called The New River Valley
And then, there was home! There's no place like home!
But not for me. Tomorrow is back to work!
How could the time have passed so quickly?
But we were blessed by all our experiences and all our memories. Thanks for sharing it with us!
"The heart of every problem is the problem of the heart, and ONLY God's Spirit and God's Word can change and control the heart" Wiersbe