Fall Colors in West Virginia

My favorite boy toy and myself are off chasing the fall colors.  I had a different topic in mind for today’s post, but my staff wants to see pictures.  So here’s a slide show of yesterday’s highlights, straight from the camera.

There’s snow up here, although it’s melting quickly.  The colors are pretty, but we haven’t yet found many places to take pictures from.  Since never been here before, it’s a learning curve of driving around, getting lost, and asking questions.

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By the way, today is a favorite anniversary of mine – Reformation Day.  For a modern English translation of Martin Luther’s objections to the Catholic teachings in 1517, click hereCharisma Magazine had a recent article on the need for reformation within today’s church that is worth reading.  Don’t stop reading because it talks about reform in the charismatic churches – this article has application to all religions.

Word for tomorrow – BLOGGER’S CHOICE.  If you prefer to work ahead, see the list for the week under “A Word A Day”.

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7 thoughts on “Fall Colors in West Virginia

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  2. Christine Grote

    This looks like a great place.

  3. Enjoy your road trip. I loved the picture of that long porch you posted.

  4. Are you trying to make me homesick with those fall photos from W.Va.? The leaves are beautiful up there this year. Thanks for your comment on my poem on Christine’s blog, I’m glad I found yours. Maybe I’ll try the word/photo challenge from time to time, so I signed up! Great job on your post-a-day goal!

    • Aren’t those colors just great? It makes me miss the Midwest. Thanks for visiting – I hope you do try the daily words from time to time. Each week I look at the list and think “I can’t do this another week!” and each week, my creativity expands to do the job. I’ve had a number of good posts around the words.

      Christine had a number of good poems on there – I think she will be pleased with the results.

      Patti’s blog is at http://pattisjarrett.wordpress.com/.

      Christine Young had a poetry challenge http://christinemyoung.wordpress.com/2011/10/30/your-turn/. Visit it to see how several of us took her photos and made poems.

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