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Foggy Blue Ridge mountains

Updated on September 3, 2014
My warm Black coat!
My warm Black coat!
Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park
Gary enjoying the fall colors!
Gary enjoying the fall colors!

Can't see the mountains for the fog

We can hardly wait to begin the road trip. We have been hearing of the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains forever, and now we are on our way. It is a little cold this morning, so glad my friend Drew gave me this warm jacket with the fur collar (fake fur of course).

I love the way they built rock walls on the edge of the road. I am afraid of heights, so I really appreciate the feeling that we won't be crashing over the side of the road. Here we are, coming up on the first vista point, I can hardly wait to pull over and gaze at the sights.

It is foggy, so foggy we can't see anything. Come with me as I describe all that we are able to see, maybe you will see the fog, too. At one point I make the mistake of calling the area the Smoky Mountains. Please forgive me for screwing up!

Blue Ridge Mountains

Guide to the Blue Ridge Parkway

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    • Bettyoverstreet10 profile image

      Betty (Alawine) Overstreet 5 years ago from Vacaville, Ca.

      So happy you enjoyed! We used to watch a Tv show where a lady takes you on a tour, pointing out all the interesting pointsI think her name is Sandy. I thought it would be fun to pretend I was the tour guide.

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      Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany

      Beautiful! I love the video you made. It was a fantastic view. Thanks for sharing.