Hi everyone. The sun never really came out today in New Hampshire, but that didn't stop the hubby, my daughter, the 2 dogs and myself from taking a little road trip up into the mountains in the northern part of our state.
Our original plan was drive north and take the car up the Mount Washington auto road. Neither the hubby nor I had ever made that drive up to the top of the highest mountain in the Northeast US. Our mountains here in New Hampshire are not all that high compared to those in the western US or other parts of the world, but they are part of Appalachian chain, one of the oldest mountain chains on the planet. Because of that they have been worn down by time and glaciers.
However the traffic was very heavy and rather backed up as we came into the bigger tourist town of Conway, it being a holiday weekend and it being peak foliage in the mountains.
So we took a turn and headed west along a scenic byway called the Kangamangus. I am glad we did. The foliage was absolutely gorgeous.
I've have more photos to show you, but I still need to go through my photos so those will wait for another day. But I do have another page for Art Journal Journey to show you today. This month's theme is Indian Summer/Golden October, hosted by Valerie.
My mixed media page is painted and sprayed with a bit of ink. Then I stamped the crows, drew in the fences and bits of the corn stalk and some details on the pumpkins. Finally I added the harvest sticker.
That's all for me right now. Hope everyone is having a great weekend so far.