Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Piankatank

Yesterday I drove over 300 miles round trip to attend (and photograph) the state cross country meet.

On the way home, the Piankatank River sunset beckoned.

After snapping a few photos, I realized how tired I was what a long day it had been and  zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzt.

The End.


Kay L. Davies said...

Glad you got some sleep. How were you when you got home?
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

deborah said...

Gorgeous sunset! Hope you got a little rest, that was a long day!

TSannie said...

Well worth the trip! Your photos are simply gorgeous and I totally get why you stopped to get those pictures.

G-night and may you have a good sleep, my friend!

WV: nupeadyl. CBW, couldn't sleep so she took a nupeadyl. She hasn't woken up for 3 weeks now, and we're really startin' to get worried!

BTW, "woken" is a word, weird as it looks, it is actually a word. Whoda thunk?!?!

BayBrowder said...

Congratulations to the Mathews Cross Country teams. Both concluded outstanding seasons with fourth-place finishes at the State Meet....and congratulations to Coach Greve.

Please consider adopting (or fostering) one of the wonderful dogs at extreme risk in the soon-to-be-closed overflow shelter in Gloucester.

Anonymous said...

CBW your the MAN or should I say WOMAN!!!!

Deltaville Jamie said...

I love sunsets on the Piankahannock. Hope you get some rest and hope all your critters are doing well.

Mental P Mama said...

Sweet dreamsssssssss

Bryant said...

Beautiful photos of the Piankatank. Thanks for sharing. If you're interested in joining we've set up a Facebook Group called "Piankatank River Club". It's a place where photos, events, and anything to do with the Piankatank River can be shared. Please feel free to join and post any photos you might have.

foolery said...

My daughters got so excited when we crossed the Piankatank River for the first time. They kinda squealed and shouted the name, over and over. I suspect they just liked the name (me too). Good thing is wasn't the Susquehanna River or we might still be there, beside the road, untangling our tongues.

Get some sleep, Cheeky!