Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Misty Taste Of Moonshine...

...teardrop in my eye.



We are in West Virginia this week because Darrin's son is graduating from high school tomorrow!

Where oh where does the time go??

Today we checked out the oldest covered bridge in the state, it was very cool.





I love these last 2 shots!





Stay tuned for more fun and exciting things from West By God Virginia, where it's legal to marry your first cousin!
I'm not kidding.

10 comments:

bigheadedbob said...

Love the moonshine, keep the great pics coming.

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

I have researched covered bridges. Many theories of why bridges are covered but have never found the real reason.

To MomL - I sure appreciate your thoughtful comments on my blog and on others but I never can comment to you. :-) You need to get a blog going.

Anonymous said...

protect the deck from rot, also a good place for a man and his horse to avoid weather.

Mom L said...

The pictures are really cool! I love covered bridges; they always make me wish there were still ghosts around to tell their stories.

I wish Gerrit a really happy graduation...oh, the changes coming in his life (including a baby sister/brother!)

Joanna - if I get a decent camera after I move to Iowa, I WILL start a blog!

Love to all the Dodds.

Bush Babe said...

Am now humming Country Roads (to the snoring of one Great Dane puppy)...

Is that the bridge from the Bridges of Madison COunty?? (Forgive my ignorance!)
:-)
BB

Alix said...

That's Bridges of Madison County good.

Congrats to Darrin's son. Adrian walks the walk next Saturday. God love graduates, eh?

Alix said...

Ditto to Joanna's comment, Mom L.

T Lee said...

Congrats to the graduate and all involved. It is a fun and important milestone in everyone's lives. Best of luck for a prosperous future!


Yeah...mom L...you def need to get in on the blogger train....

d/iowa said...

it's ok BB- we actually live about an hour from the bridges of madison county- but right now we are about 1,000 miles away from iowa in w. virginia. sure is pretty out here!

Anonymous said...

Country Roads Take Me Home.
West Virginia is soooooo
pretty. And the best people
ever live in those hills!
Pamela