We drove through some of Tennessee yesterday and after the beauty of North Carolina, I wasn’t really impressed. My pictures are only good when I have amazing scenery to capture and that didn’t happen for me yesterday.
We spent last night at a KOA in Nashville and headed toward Memphis this morning. The weather was great until about one o’clock when the wind and rain set in.
I thought these pictures were interesting. All were taken from the passenger window of SeeYa.
It seems as we’ve traveled through 21 states from late September until now, that each one has it’s own unique fall display.
The Danny Thomas St. Jude Research Hospital in Memphis is an enormous complex.
Crossing over the Mississippi River into Arkansas.
We’re settled in at the Memphis KOA, which interestingly enough, is in Arkansas. It’s still pouring down rain, but nothing as violent as some predicted. The lady in the laundromat this morning was scoping out a place to stand if a torado hit, and washing her clothes so she could pack her disaster bag. She’s been on the road two weeks longer than we have. Maybe it’s time for all of us to go home…