These trees border the dirt lane leading to Church Hill Plantation off Route 14 in Gloucester. I took these after delivering Chesapeake Bay Daughter to school (which is directly across the road) during a particular spell when there was lots of fog each morning.
This mercifully brief blog post is brought to you by an extremely busy Tuesday that began at 5:30 a.m. and didn't end until after 11:00 p.m.
After work I headed to King William for a track meet, where so much happened I wouldn't know where to begin. The various stories, which I'll share when there's more time, were as full of twists and turns as the never ending two-lane
There are two Indian reservations along that road, so it's actually quite probable that it was an Indian trail at some point. FYI, driving in the dark on a former Indian trail when you've been up since 5:30, worked all day, and just spent 3 hours standing alongside a track in bitterly cold weather is challenging at best.
The foreseeable future promises to be just as
Getting back to the topic at hand which