Taking a vacation–of sorts

This week I’m taking the closest thing to a vacation I ever do. It’s a week off from work to spend time with my family. It’s not exactly a trip to the beach, a cruise, or a European getaway, but it’s what I love–being on the family farm and hanging out with the people who have been part of my life since the day I was born.

In light of being on vacation, I’m giving myself a day off from the blog. No deep thoughts today. No peeks into history. No interesting tidbits. Instead, here are a few photos of my West Virginia home. I’m betting by the end of the week I’ll have a few more to add to the gallery . . .

 

 

Categories: Appalachian, Family, Memories

2 Comments »

  1. It is so peaceful and serene. I’m glad you are visiting but it sure doesn’t look like almost November in the WV mountains with Daniel’s short sleeves on. Have a great vacation and I can’t wait to see what is in store next. I love reading everything you write. Blessings. Lori

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