At least once a year, we try to have breakfast at the Pisgah Inn, a beautiful location just off the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina.
The Inn is perched on the side of a mountain over 5,000 feet in elevation. Many times, we get up there to discover that the mountain is shrouded in fog, blocking the spectacular view of the surrounding mountains and the valleys below.
But not today. Today was sunny and gorgeous and clear. And because the Inn's restaurant has floor to ceiling windows on the valley side, here's the view we enjoyed along with our breakfast this morning.
And to prove that Pat and I are both way over the age of 14 and are therefore hopelessly unable to take pictures of ourselves with a phone camera, here's the best of the bunch. Pitiful picture, but the bright side is that we really amused all the other restaurant patrons who watched us through those wonderful huge windows as we struggled to get the (*&#$ camera to work...
Pictures of the latest beading project next time, I promise!