It was an awesome road trip to say the least. Colors I never thought I would see, were everywhere. It was really nice to see my hometown area of the state so alive with colors. So what about next year? April of 2009 looks to be the next main road trip. I say this hoping for some snow shots this winter but I wont dedicate a full week for it. The Spring calls for new areas to be explored. Possibly Virginia and northern North Carolina. But for now only time will tell.
Ok...I have a weakness for Wiener dogs. LOL!! This is Bentley. She is one wild Weenie dog. Always on the go I could not get a decent shot of her. She belongs to some best friends of mine. Stopped off at their house while passing through. All Hail, Rabbit Town Alabama!!
My friend and i went for a drive and he showed me this cave. It has been blocked off to keep people out but you still can slide around the bars. I expressed a crazed need to come back up and go exploring. I am sure that every inch of it has been gone through. It was stated that the Indians in the area used it and that the cave was quite extensive.
No, I am not inside the cave, just shined a video light through the bars for a better view..
Back at Kevin's and Deanna's (and Bentley's) house before heading south and towards home. One tired truck and driver.
I hope you have enjoyed this years "Wayfarers Journey." I failed to label most of the photos but I will list the locations here in case you are ever in that part of Alabama.
Rabbit Town, Alabama
Lake Weiss, ( Leesburg, Alabama)
Ft Payne, Alabama
Pleasant Gap, Alabama
Little River Canyon near (Ft Payne, Alabama)
"Rim Road" (Hwy 176, Cherokee County, Alabama)
and "some places only a few people and I know about". ;-)