Anyway, after we left my parents' house, we went to Ed's parents' house, and his grandmother and uncle were there. His brother lives nearby, so we got to see him, too. We went and got some photos taken together while we were there.
One day, the guys and I went shooting on their friend's land out in the country. We shot mostly rifles, but we also shot some pistols and shotguns. Classic Southern entertainment.
|See the shell flying out? Good shot (pun intended)!|
We headed back home after a few days and got some nice photos of the Smoky Mountains crossing from NC into Tennessee.
Ed said we HAD to eat lunch at Bojangles, so we stopped at the last one heading northwest through Tennessee.
We continued through Tennessee into Kentucky, where we started to see snow again. It was fluffy and looked pretty sitting on all of the trees.
And, of course, we saw lots of horses.
I thought the snow on top of the hay bales looked like frosted shredded wheat. I think I was getting hungry again.
We stopped in Louisville, KY for the night and left early the next morning to avoid getting stuck in bad weather. The sky looked neat in Indiana just before sunrise. I tried to get photos of it, but they all came out really blurry, so I'll leave it small. I guess I wasn't awake yet.
It was a good Christmas, and it was nice to see family and to get a break from our usual routine (and from the cold!).