Sunday, June 21, 2009

Blues and More from a Sunday Drive

A Blue Monday Post as hosted by the
amazing Sally...


of the Smiling Sally Blog.
Sally is in the process of moving and getting
settled and yet she is a wonderful hostess here.
You will enjoy the many posts that feature
things of blue.

Days and days of rain paused
to allow the sun to shine revealing
beauty in a contrast between the
greens and the blues.

We cruised through the countryside
with my arm out the window...finger
cramping from holding onto the
camera so tightly...

Beautiful Lancaster County as we
saw it on Father's Day 2009.









A small town cemetery...






Want to sleep in a train car?
It can be the blue one!








It was so very pretty!


















There was much laughter and fun in
our van as we took back road after back road.
Mom and Chelsea got into fits of laughter in the
back seats as Warren and I randomly chose roads to
investigate. The boys pretended to be sooo ready to
be home but I am pretty sure they were having fun too.

I will leave you with a mosaic of the skies from
Sunday...



For more mosaics please visit Mary at Little Red House.
To have even more fun...make a mosaic and join the party.

Have a crazy good week!!
♥♥Becky K.♥♥

32 comments:

Mrs. Rabe said...

Aahhhh home!

We are enjoying time with family and friends but being in FL in summer reminds us of why we don't live here! hee hee

See you this weekend!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, I loved this tour, Becky! It was a lot of fun to see everything from the blue train car to the Amish buggies! And that sky is gorgeous. Thanks for taking us along. Hope your finger survived!

Happy Blue Monday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

What an absolutely lovely sunday drive! So many fabulous shots! Thanks for sharing!

Tina

Boo-Bah said...

Your pictures are lovely. Beautiful skies, and such pretty green land.

Iris

printersdevil said...

What a fun trip. Your photos are wonderful.

Barb said...

I love all these blues!
Somehow just being all the beautiful outdoors is almost like being there.

blessings,
Barbara jean

Itajeff @Something To Share said...

What a great and wonderful picture. The place is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing..

Happy Blue Monday

Lots of luv,
Ita

LV said...

You have some really good sky shots. Enjoyed your post very much.

Mary said...

Ooo, you had much prettier skies there, Becky! We had mostly overcast with only a peek of blue. :( But, at least it didn't rain till evening... thanks so much for sharing your lovely photos at Mosaic Monday. :)

NatureStop said...

What a beautiful mosaic!

JD said...

What beautiful photos, brings back such wonderful memories for me. We must get back up your way again, it's been years. Have a great "Blue" Monday!

KayC. said...

Great Post! Thanks for sharing!

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Hi Becky,
You got some wonderful shots! I love the tree-lined road! Thanks for sharing and have yourself a wonderful Blue Monday.

Blessings,
Sandi

Tracy said...

SENSATIONAL photos, Becky...Loved all these views. This was really like a taste of home for me... I miss the sights and wonders of Lancaster County, all you've brilliantly showcased here! Thanks for taking me home, even if only in pictures... :o) ((HUGS))

Mary said...

It was a wonderful tour. I wouldn't have missed it for the world. I especially loved the photo of the gray clapboard house and your mosaic is lovely. Have a wonderful day.

Smilingsal said...

PA is my birth state, and I loved seeing its beauty again. I'd love to eat/sleep in a train. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

Vee said...

Becky, such beautiful photos of scenery in your corner. And what a charming corner of the globe you enjoy!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Beautiful pictures, Becky. Everything is so green and pretty!

Barb

ellen b. said...

What a lovely drive through the country! I enjoyed every photo. The collage of the sky shots is fabulous! Have a great week!

Really Rainey said...

That's an awesome sky/cloud mosaic... great photos! Have a fantastic week!
~Really Rainey~

char72 said...

I enjoyed the beautiful tour and the wonderful photos. I'm glad you held onto the camera tightly. I've dropped mine a couple of times. It didn't do it any good but it still works.
Happy Blue Monday.
Charlotte

Riet said...

beautiful sky in a great mosaic

Terry said...

Howdy Becky
Happy Blue Mosaic Monday to you .
Oh my so many beautiful photos to comment on .
I must confess I have gone through them several times.
They all are so wonderful.
Thank you for sharing so many fantastic photos.
Your a great observer and I am so thankful you shared .
Blessings to you sweet lady.
Happy Trails
Hugs

Yira said...

these are so beautiful. It's been so long since I visited Lancaster. That was one of the areas I always said I would love to live in because of the small town feel. Thanks for sharing.

Kim said...

Thanks for taking us on such a nice journey through the countryside. You caught the peaceful clouds against a bright blue sky, the nostalgia of another era in the train, the wonder of creation through the woods.

l♥ving life as mommy and wife! said...

Beautiful writing Becky!! Talented you are!

I LOVE the blue sky pictures...gorgeous!

Tracy said...

great pictures!

Lynn said...

I have been to your part of the world. Furthermore some of my ancestors came from there!
Thank you for visiting my blog and for making your kind comment.
Yeah, you've got one of those sons. But they are so interesting!
Today mine got a speeding ticket. On the ground. sigh.

Regina said...

Nice tour of Lancaster, I've been to the US but not yet in these area. Nice blue skies. Thanks for sharing.

Posted my first Blue Monday.
Regina

hip chick said...

What a pretty countryside. I visited there a few years ago and I remember it was beautiful.

Melissa said...

ahh, PA in the summer is a beautiful place!

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

How fun to sleep in a caboose! I'd love to do that! I've been to PA many times but never Lancaster - We always went to Stroudsberg which I guess is the Poconos? Gorgeous pictures!
Manuela