Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Shenandoah Nostalgia


Remembering... "two roads diverged in a yellow wood"






View from the Blue Ridge Mountains after hiking up from the Gap.






The Harleys - My Heart Family :)



The Quarry







Supper from the Orchard



I took the Road less traveled by....



 
And that has made all the difference.


8 comments:

Christy said...

*tear* i miss it so much. ..and the poem :) i'm so glad you go to spend some time there.

"Will we climb the hills once more?
Will we walk the woods together? ... They wonder if you and I will be keeping
The magic and music, or leave them behind." -ashokan farewell

Bivan said...

Hmmm those were good times. Someday we'll have to all get together lay around in the floor and play Apple's to Apple's, Pipers, and race through the woods once again. Until then my fond memories will have to suffice...

Caitlin said...

Oh, I love you guys!

My feet felt at home as I walked all the familiar places, every dip, rock, and view. The mountains and valleys still hold the same musical stillness, and restored my soul in a bittersweet way.

The orchard is grown wild now...
but the sunsets are the same.

EEK said...

So I cannot share the joy of Shenandoah places but I can and have shared great times with you folks...and miss you both. I want an orchard supper too--and to look over my feet and see trees below and mountains beyond :)

Caitlin said...

Oh Emily!
You should come and visit!

Undergrounder said...

Lots of memories!

Ive never been to the Quarry but Ive herd lots of people talk about it.

UncleTony said...

Yay for being in blogland, it's a fun place. Thanks for the invite and for all your wonderful pictures!

Amy said...

Those are such beautiful pictures! I love and miss you Caitlin!