As we approached the last night's stop on our way home we encountered snow. Evidently we had just missed a major snow event, operative word, "just".......The roads were black and dry. It was clear that there had been plowable snow earlier in the day, and the newscasts were full of stories of closed schools and accidents. It was finished by the time we drove through Fancy Gap and Staunton. As western New Yorker's, this wasn't a biggy, but I guess it was a major problem here.
We're in for the night in the land of Nanook of the North and Dave's shoes are soaked through. He didn't plan on snow.....Oh Dave. He's not happy, but a little g&t and a nice dinner will settle him. We're only about 6 hours from home.
|what we see from our motel window|
Such good dogs, such good travelers. They are quiet in the jeep, happy to get out, stretch their legs and p, happy to be back on the road again, happy to see what each new hotel/motel room looks like, happy to see what their new sleeping arrangements will be. How lucky are we to have them with us.
|pay no attention to that blue ball on the other bed....|
where will WE sleep?