SWEET SPOTS ALONG THE ROAD..............


Well......we are on the road again traveling South to our little winter spot.

Once, again, I apologize for not being able to check in with all of you who visit...it seems that it takes so long for me to download any pictures that the blogs I want to visit are almost impossible
to see.



We came upon this beautiful wall art in a very small Italian restaurant along the way....
I loved the colors and the content not to mention the great food.


An old cemetery along the highway....the sign said it was established in l833......
Lots of stories here....I'm sure


Heavenly cottages along the way with flowers galore!!



And last but not least a GREAT LITTLE HOT DOG STAND called JUNK YARD DOG
WE PLAN ON HAVING LUNCH THERE TOMORROW!!

We'll keep you posted about the "dogs"


More pics to come!!

Hugs to all,

Jo


 

Comments

  1. You all must have so much fun during your travels. The pictures are great, some beautiful scenery. I hope you enjoy those hot dogs. Cute name for the place. Hugs

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  2. You post such fun photos! I would love to visit the cemetery you show here. Wow! I imagine there is real history there. Cool Anne

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  3. HI JO!!!! Continue to have a fabulous time!!!! Anita

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  4. I'm excited to see where we are going tomorrow!
    Drive safely
    Pamela xo

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  5. Oh Josette Sweetie...
    What fun it looks like you are having. I love it because where you go, I get to go too. So beautiful. I love the old gypsy wagon that is just gorgeous, love the red.

    The Italian restuarant painting so vibrant, and oh my gosh I love the little house with the gorgeous flowers and the shadow on the side of the doorway.

    Now I can't wait to have a Junkyard Dog. Don't forget to let me know how wonderful they are. Sounds just dandy for sure. I'll take a chili cheese dog please.

    Have fun and be safe. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

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  6. Love your blog! What beautiful pictures. You have the life I hope to have someday...Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  7. ~*Love your photos Jo!! Thanks for sharing~* Hugs,Rachel~*

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  8. Love all these images of yours today....Happy new week to you.

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  9. I have a fascination with old cemeteries. I always wonder about their lives, etc. love it. Have a fun, safe trip...

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  10. Dear Jo
    Wishing you a very enjoyable time.. Thank you for sharing your journey.
    Blessings,
    Penny

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  11. Sending a sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm. Jo, I'm so happy to see that you are both enjoying your trip and finding so many beautiful things along the way! Be safe and have fun! Ciao, bella! Can't wait to hear about the hot dogs!! :)

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  12. Beautiful pictures Josette..you have done well.
    I love the first one!
    Enjoy!

    Jeanne :)

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  13. Terrific! I'm impressed that you managed to get these posted on the road.

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  14. Jo,

    Tales from the road-I love it!!! Keep us posted! :D

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  15. Beautiful Jo.....such a lovely journey..gorgeous photos! awesome post...
    Victoria~

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  16. Hi Josette,

    So happy to hear you are having a lovely time on the road. Your photos are very beautiful. Have a safe trip.
    Hugs

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  17. Looks like a lovely trip, along some great back roads!

    You commented in my blog; "...so loved the movie Practical Magic...we used to have a home on the Island where it was filmed and lots of stories went around town about the actors!!"

    What fun! To have had a home on the island, where it was filmed. I read that the crew painted the town white [down-street I suppose], and then repainted it back to usual colors, after the film was shot. Was that so?

    And did you get to see the shell of the beautiful old house?????? Before the set was struck????? Of if so, please tell me about it. :-)

    That house is almost the star of that film. :-)

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  18. Good morning Auntie....in response to your question....yes we did see the shell of the house. It was constructed in San Juan County Park....however, or little town was not the town where they painted the road white...i do not know where that happened...it was fun having part of that file shot in the little spot where we lived.

    Jo

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