Monday, November 10, 2014

Craggy Gardens in The Fall

We took a trip to our favorite place in the blue ridge, Craggy Gardens, to see the changing colors.

At Craggy Gardens there is a little pinnacle you can climb up for a 360 degree view of the mountains range.  It's amazing and we never get tired of seeing it.




This lake looks like such a dreamy place. 

It's so cool to see how they sliced into the side of the mountain to put in the road.







As we were driving, there was a traffic jam due to this little dog wandering down the road. We ended up right behind him and I felt like we were in some sort of strange parade. He got rescued so it all ended up okay!




Do you take any scenic drives in the fall?

13 comments:

  1. I LOVE THE COLOURS OF THE FALL.
    I LIKE YOUR PICS

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  2. You live in such a gorgeous part of the world - super jealous. Michigan, well at least this part around the south east is so flat in comparison that it's hard to see the glory of fall. We took a trip up north last year and took some great drives up off on the back roads. Nice to get away from the rush and take it all in.

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    1. Thanks! I really want to visit Michigan in the fall sometime!

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  3. oh my goodness, i love your pictures and cool/funny stories, like the strange parade lead by the lost dog. (sooo glad he's safe.)
    i'm totally in awe of these beautiful images. all that color, dramatic winding roads and majestic ranges are amazing and make me so excited and want to jump in the car right now and go to the blue ridge!!

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    1. Thanks!! I feel the same way when I look at your lovely photos!

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  4. Those mountains look amazing. Where is Craggy Gardens?

    http://itsjpei.wordpress.com/

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    1. It's in the blue ridge mountains in North Carolina!

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  5. So many extraordinary photos! No wonder you like to go there exploring. Funny about that poor little doggy running loose.

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  6. What a stunning place you live in!
    And that doggy, good he got rescued at the end of the day!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

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  7. All the different hues from the trees are so lovely. And that poor little pup!

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