My favorite way to America
• Favorite Road America
My favorite way to America (America`s Favorite Drive) - the so-called Blue Ridge Parkway Americans. And they are right, for me it became the most vivid impression throughout the journey to the United States east.
Blue Ridge Parkway - one of the most beautiful roads in the United States. Its length is about 750 km. It runs along the crest of the Appalachian mountain system through Virginia and North Carolina, and connects National Parks Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains. It's a great tour for lovers of leisurely drive along the winding roads, those wishing to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding nature. The lack of trucks, a small number of cars, plenty of places to stop and rest, where you can listen to the silence and enjoy the mountain scenery, make the trip enjoyable and memorable.
The correct camper of American:
Beauty begin immediately after the conditional exit on the road and do not stop all of 750 km. On the Blue Ridge Parkway is beautiful even in winter, but the best time to visit is autumn:
We are just lucky enough to be in these parts in the middle of "Indian Summer". Then a minimum of text, just enjoy this beauty:
Awesome place for a country house:
On this road I want to go endlessly:
The next day. The second day of food like a fairy tale:
The most difficult part of the mountain road, and at the same time the most beautiful:
To remove it without cars is not easy, because the season is sufficiently dense traffic:
Another observation deck:
Some travel with taste:
I first got on this road a deer. I was delighted with the telephoto chased him through the bushes, but to make the frame better, he did not give me, sped away off quickly:
I'm so glad that everything and everywhere is signed, all sites have special informative signs about this area that tell its history and where to look in order to see the good kind.
Almost at the end of the Blue Ridge Parkway, we went to a beautiful meadow:
And we saw it:
It was beautiful.
Deer delights in passing by, even labor-photographer took the trouble to get his camera:
Sunset on the outskirts of Shenandoah National Park: