A Quick Trip to Greensboro – Part 1

Wednesday, April 13

DSC_0013We left the house just after 5:00 AM and were at the West Virginia line by 6:50 AM.

This trip was so Cerwin could make a few repairs on the chapel at the Greensboro, North Carolina, TA.

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DSC_0017It has been a long time since we traveled south on Route 81, so I enjoyed this trip.

DSC_0018I am always blessed when I see signs of someone’s faith in Jesus when we travel.

DSC_0022Signs of springtime made the trip quite beautiful by the time we reached the Virginia hills.

DSC_0024Breakfast in Toms Brook, Virginia.

DSC_0025Redbud trees lined the interstate.

DSC_0027A creative water tower.

DSC_0028Truckers always get my attention and prayers when we travel – especially those with large loads.

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DSC_0033This country girl enjoys seeing cattle in the fields.

DSC_0037Some pretty redbuds at a rest stop.

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DSC_0046Forty-seven miles to go.

DSC_0043Springtime looks good here.

DSC_0048This area is about a week or two ahead of us in leaves and blossoms.

DSC_0051We arrived at the Greensboro TA at 12:45.

More about that tomorrow night.

8 thoughts on “A Quick Trip to Greensboro – Part 1

  1. I saw many of those same sights as I traveled to and from South Carolina to spend a week with my sister, at the same time you were in North Carolina but wasn’t able to take pictures of all the beauty as I was driving! Loved the redbuds, the mountains, and every time I see all those black cattle on the hillsides it reminds me of the song “He owns the cattle on a thousand hills…”

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