Tricia Booker Photography

December 26, 2011

Road Trip

How many times do you have the opportunity to look in your side-view mirror and see a deserted stretch such as this on I-95 South? Cam and I had a very pleasant drive from Virginia to South Carolina today. Ironically, the most challenging part of our trip was near home, where we got lost tracking down a friend’s parent’s house in Gainesville to pick up a corner hutch we were taking down with us. The GPS unit misled us, guiding us in a roundabout way to the back gate of the community, where a fire truck blocked the path even if I were brave enough to go “in the out-door” with a horse trailer.

Nevertheless, it was a gorgeous day to drive, and despite the strong head wind we faced the last couple of hours, we made good time. And I must say the corner hutch was a great traveler. There was no kicking or trailer swaying even when we bounced over a couple of rough patches of road…and the clean up? Let’s just say it was a breeze!

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