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Monday, April 29, 2013

Texas to home

Welcome to the last 2 days of our Great Retirement Adventure.  
It's hard to think that since this trip we have already been 
back to texas then on a cruise and it's only been 3 months. 

We left New Mexico and drove through the pan handle of Texas into Oklahoma. The weather was getting cold again and my bones longed for the past few weeks of beautiful sunshine. 

After mountains, ocean and desert we didn't take as many pictures of the plains.  Maybe because it's where we grew up or just the cold gray sky's but I just wasn't inspired by much. 






I did love seeing the fog in the early morning.



Timing worked perfect to stop and visit on of my hubby's cousins.  Had a wonderful visit and hoping they come out to enjoy some time at our lake home soon.
We spent the last nigh on the road in Saint Louis.  We had a BEAUTIFUL suite with a view of the arch just across the park.  We went for a late night walk after dinner and enjoyed the Christmas lights that had not been taken down yet.



Love this shot of the state capitol under the arch.


Many miles of driving later we arrived home.
We were gone a month and loved the adventure.

Next week...back on the road again.  Blessings, Debbie


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20 comments:

SmilingSally said...

You've found so many Blues.

Thanks for playing.

Happy Blue Monday, Debbie.

Sylvia said...

enjoyed the photo's. I went up in the arch in 2005, it was an adventure!

ladyfi said...

Wonderful shots of your great adventure.

Steve n Vickie said...

Ooo the st. Louis Arch. Its such a neat monument. Fun. I imagine it was nice to sleep in your own bed before heading out again.

xinex said...

I know how much fun you are having. Keep it up and thanks for sharing your adventures. My sister is from St. Louis so been there quite a bit...Christine

MyJourneyBack said...

Wow what a fun trip. Isn't it great to be free! I would love to take a long trip. Thanks for coming by and visiting my Nanosecond trip.
Come by again. Have a great week.
Sherry

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Isn't is wonderful being retired? Time to travel and enjoy life --it's the best!

A Creative Harbor said...

Great photos and awesome night photography ~ Wow!

Hazel Ceej said...

Adventures always make life so much fun to live. Love your shot of the fog. From my part of the world I have seen only one in two decades.

Light and Voices said...

Isn't it great to have time to spend on what you and your husband want to do? Enjoy your blessings each moment while retired.
JM Illinois

jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Good morning Debbie, Thank you so much for the lovely well wishes for our 50th anniversary.

Your trip and photos are a wonderful share. I have never seen the St. Louis arch pictured with the capital. Awesome. I can see you had a wonderful month of traveling. We went out West for a long trip like this and loved the long break of just traveling.

xo, Jeanne

The Tablescaper said...

Looks like a great trip. But home is good too!

- The Tablescaper

HansHB said...

Great post for "Himmelsk"!

Monica said...

Great photos from your trip! Good choice for "HIMMELSK"
:)

Wenche said...

Beautiful!!!

Jesh St Germain said...

We took a similar trip (Oklahoma and Missouri included) in the summer, and it was hot! So, I don't know what is better:):) Love the photo with the lighted you!
Thanks for visiting me earlier this week!

The Write Girl said...

Great images! Thanks for the tour. That St. Louis arch is fantastic!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love road trips. Great shots of the arch. I don't see too many nighttime shots of it.

Min fotogen said...

Thank you for Great photos on your trip!
I had my first roadtrip in US in february...great!
Will be back again to see more of your fantastic country!
Have a great weekend

Steffi said...

Great photos for SWF!Thank you for sharing and have a nice weekend!