Sunday, July 18, 2010

Texas to Massachusetts Pt. 2

When I left you on my last post, we were parked on the interstate just outside of Indianapolis.  Luckily we began moving again before my husband blew a gasket. thanks.  On to Ohio.
Welcome to Columbus, Ohio.
Isn't that a lovely setting for a house?
Don't blink....we are about to enter West Virginia.
Here's the welcome sign.
And now we are in Pennsylvania.  I think that West Virgina lasted all of 15 minutes.
I had to take a picture of this farm.  I think it's lovely.
Pennsylvania has plenty of tunnels.
I always have to take a deep breath when entering a tunnel and think about open spaces and breezes.  I think I have a hint of claustrophobia.  Any of you have the same problem?
At one point we could see a second tunnel entrance before we left the first.
We took a route to avoid the Big Apple.  We didn't feel like we were really up for that adventure at this point.  All we saw of New York was mountains and trees.
Connecticut!  We are getting closer.
Isn't that a beautiful building?
After traveling approximately 2,000 miles this was the best picture I got of the Massachusetts welcome sign.  I know, I know, I was disappointed too.
We were welcomed by a traffic jam on the Massachusetts turnpike.  We were tired of driving. We were just plain tired, but we made it!

Now I have to ask.  Are there any readers out there from the Bay State?  Give me a shout in the comments if you're out there.  I would feel like I had friends in the neighborhood.

If you're not from Massachusetts, give me a shout anyway.  It's nice to know you're out there.



  1. Shout out from NC! I check in every day.

    Love your blog!

    Jessica :-)

  2. Thank you for sharing your trip from Texas to Massachusetts. What beautiful scenery you drove through. WOW! I love it!!!
    ~Rebecca Carlson

  3. Neely, Kyla (from Soccer team), Laura and I are glad you made it and look forward to keeping up through your blog! Blessings to you and your sweet fam.

    Sabrina Carter
    Plainview, TX