Thursday, March 12, 2009

District of Columbia

I leave for D.C. early tomorrow morning. I will be up there for a week trying to find a job and visiting friends. When I drive up there, I usually take I-85 to I-77 to I-81 to I-66. From what I understand, this is a little longer than taking I-85 to I-95, but I love looking at the mountains more than getting there quicker. It's all about the journey anyways, right?


I took this picture of my way back from D.C. in December

4 comments:

Death Bredon said...

If you have the time, try the Skyline Drive instead of 81.

Sarah Margaret said...

"It's all about the journey..."
That is a very therapeutic thing to say.

ADG said...

Good idea to avoid as much of I-95 as possible. The stretch from just south of Petersburg to DC is some of the most dangerous interstate mileage you can cover. It's freakin crazy.

Anonymous said...

Took a road trip from South Texas to North Texas during Spring Break. I forgot how big the state is, and what great Mom and Pop cafe's still exists in small towns all over the state.
Was in a lunch place called "Lou's" outside of Winnsboro, TX that served a great caramel pie.