Walks in the mountains of Southern Virginia
We arrived in the Washington, DC metropolitan area late in April where I participated in a three day meeting that was held in a high-rise office building in Rosslyn, Virginia, with a great view of the Potomac and the Key Bridge. That is Georgetown directly across the river:
To the right the monuments of the capitol were visible in the distance. The Capitol is barely visible to the left of the tall and skinny Washington Monument:
Looking to the east, toward Reagan National Airport was also nice:
When the meetings were done, we rented a car to drive south, but on our way we first rode across the Key Bridge to take a quick look at the White House: a nice place to live:
Then we headed several hundred miles south, almost to the North Carolina border where we stayed as guests in another white house, a very nice old farm house where our Daughter Rachel's boyfriend, Lee, lives very nicely:
The view of the house from the side and back, and the view of the back from the house, were very nice:
This huge tree was very inviting to Audrey, she would like to have climbed into it:
The first morning there, Rachel took this sunrise photo before I got up:
This is very pretty country.
Last time we were here we did some walks centered around a local landmark: Buffalo Mountain. This time we only saw Buffalo Mountain from the Blue Ridge Parkway as we left to go back north to catch our flights back to New Mexico.
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