We spent this Thanksgiving weekend in the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, where we gathered with family members for fellowship and divine food. It is goes without saying that gathering in the breath-taking valley adds a special vibe to this fall holiday.
No matter how many times we visit the Valley, I can never get over how beautiful it is. There is something about the mountains there — the Blue Ridge and Massanutten — that simply take my breath away.
No wonder this stunning place is listed among the 1000 Places to See Before You Die, a book I picked up at Staples while the husband was trying (and succeeding) to land a good deal on Black Friday.
Now, I will let the pictures speak for themselves. These photos were taken by the husband on two different occasions and in two different locations in the valley: Lake Shenandoah, near Harrisonburg and the Skyline Drive. Happy Thanksgiving and happy holidays.
Oh how beautiful! That’s Shenandoah Lake, where Jeff and I used to go with Dad to fish. The big red barn is where the conservationist group the Izaak Walton League used to meet from time to time. What a great spot to be…I love the colors and vibe of the Valley too! 🙂
Okay Soumia. Here is a promise for you:) I will take you there soon 🙂
I am afraid I will have to say that I hate you 🙁
How come you get to enjoy this wonderful view, and without me?