I took this photo from my car, driving south on I-79 (Please don't tell my mother; I promise I didn't actually look through the camera while driving. I have many blurry photos to confirm this). This is typical of highways in Pennsylvania and West Virginia, built after blasting through rock:
These beauties were somewhere in Morgantown, along one of our walks with Misty:
And these mums are in the flower bed, alongside Lori's house:
This is the view down the hill, from Lori's porch, looking east as the sun is setting:
Today we drove to Cooper's Rock State Park, and visited the overlook, and did some hiking.
|Near the overlook, looking out over the Cheat River Gorge|
|Looking back from the overlook|
|Hiking through the forest|
|I am always amazed at the size of the rocks|
that we see just lying around in this forest
At one point, I said, "that picture makes you look taller than me." Lori was quick to point out, "I am taller than you!" This is true; she is taller...
|The best of our self-photography|
|Taken by a kind stranger who took pity on us!|
|Where did she go?!?|
More West Virginia updates to come...