6.03.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Blue Ridge Mountains

by Mary Denman @MaryDenman


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Happy Wordless Wednesday!
Hubby and I went for a ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway. 
It was gorgeous. 
Enjoy! 

Blue Ridge Mountains



White Camilla 


Native Azalea
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7 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Mary, the first thing I did when I saw the title was sing that Laurel & Hardy song Trail Of The Lonesome Pine LOL

    Have a scenictastic week & thanks for sniffing by :-)

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    1. LOL Steve! Glad to know I can make you break into song!

      Have a singtastic week!

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  2. Mary, this is our favorite weekend stomping ground! I bet the Rhododendron are in full bloom in the lower elevations. The Mountain Laurel looked good when were there about 2-3 weeks ago. Roan Mountain State Park has a gorgeous Rhododendron garden. Have you been? It's been years, since we've been there. It's usually too busy for us to try to go during the peak season. Fabulous #WW photos!

    <a href="http://curiousasacathy.com/2015/06/elk-sighting-at-cataloochee-ww/“>Elk sighting at Cataloochee #WW</a>

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    1. They were actually in full bloom up over 5000 feet. Ours have been done for weeks down here in SC, so I was delightfully surprised to see them again!

      Hubby and I decided we need to ride the ridge more often. It's so beautiful. It was raining off and on so there were almost no people.

      We haven't been to Roan Park. It's about 3 hours away from us. We were down near Asheville and Waynesville. Have a great week!

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  3. What an amazing place to visit! Those captures are absolutely beautiful - thanks so much for sharing.
    Happy Wordless Wednesday! :)

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  4. Breathtaking, Mary. Second to Texas, the Blue Ridge Mountains are like heaven. ;)

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  5. just beautiful! the colour of the Native Azalea is amazing.

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