Sunday, October 16, 2011

Girls' Weekend in the Valley

Last Friday I headed out to the Shenandoah Valley with my sister-in-law, her twin, and two other women. The five of us spent the weekend in Bayse, Virginia, holed-up in a snug little time-share, crafting to our hearts' content. L and her sister spent their time making baby-shower invites, while I finished my digital scrapbook, Volume 1: 1980-1989 (yeah, I have so many kid photos I had to break it up by decade).

On day two we decided to take a break, so we drove towards the town of Mount something-or-other (hehe, I forgot its name already!). We saw Virginia's longest covered bridge. Why did they used to cover their bridges, you ask? To protect the floor boards from weather elements--it was much easier to replace roof boards than floor boards. See? And I bet you didn't expect to learn anything here, today.

The countryside was GOR-GEOUS. Just check out these photos.

Happy Fall!

1 comment:

  1. Very picturesque. The bridges put me in the mindset of the movie, The Bridges of Madison County which was a great movie. Glad your weekend went well!


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