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Friday, November 4, 2011

Autumn at Williamsburg

I like to change up where I take my walks, so this week I drove to colonial Williamsburg.  Lulu and I enjoyed the change of scenery.  She had never seen these before!
She told me this was the biggest dog she'd ever seen before.
That first house sort of just says "fall" with its orange door and shutters.
The air was crisp and the sky was a bright, cloudless, blue.
I've always loved Autumn, the jewel tones in the trees...
I've ridden in a horse-drawn carriage in New York City, but I just feel silly sitting up there.  But, oh my, how I love to see them clip clop by.
I feel so blessed that I can walk in such gorgeous and historical surroundings. 

4 comments:

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

Thank you so much for sharing these pictures. I want to GO there again.

I'd love to go each season.

I plan to link to this post soon if you don't mind. :)

Mrs.Rabe said...

I came over from Brenda's blog...I too, LOVE Williamsburg....thank you for the lovely photos! I must go again soon!

Deanna

Vee said...

I'm here because Brenda linked to you. What a beautiful spot Williamsburg is. Some of the colors are so bright and cheerful and rather modern looking. Lovely blog you have going here. I hope to remember to return!

Annie said...

Oh Brenda, I haven't had time to catch up on comments. Thanks to you and do your two readers for doing me the honor of coming over here to say howdy. Vee and Mrs. Rabe, hiya and I hope you all keep coming back.

Blessings, blessings, and more blessings.
Annie