Friday, November 1st found us on the road headed to Grimmwood.
We surely enjoyed seeing the pretty color there. Marvin took some time to check on his girls(bees). He fed them some sugar water and put their winter door in place. This helps keep the hive warm in the cold weather. They are not coming and going as much during the cold days. We left them plenty of honey to get through the winter. We will rob the hives in June after they have had time to fill up the frames with the nectar from the spring/summer blooms.
Saturday morning we were off to Atlanta. It usually takes us about two hours to get there due to the traffic and the congestion. Atlanta is about 90 miles south of Chatsworth.
We met up with Marvin's old friend, Ed Johnson, and his wife, Susan.
Marvin has known Ed since they were in junior high together. Marvin has known Susan since second grade so they all go WAY back.
There was a nice set up at the Alumni Area.
We lost the game but the band looked good.
Sunday morning we slept in a bit then packed up for Sweet Home Alabama.
It was a pretty but frosty morning.
Here we are at the gate we lock before we leave after each trip. The Peeples Property across the road was so pretty in the morning sun. The mountains are just beautiful.
On the way home I usually read or nap but it was so pretty on Sunday that I just enjoyed the ride and the views.
We are so thankful for our home away from home.