Friday, November 06, 2015

On the Road November 2015 post one

Last week we picked up pottery and art and had a little fun along the way.

We hadn't visited the Reynolda House Museum of American Art before in Winston-Salem so stopped on our way by to check it out.

They were having an exhibition of American Impressionism Art, many of the paintings were of gardens, which I love.

My favorite painting in the exhibit was this one. As usual the photo does not do it justice.

The show will encourage me to add more color to my work!

The house was interesting too. Our favorite room was the RJ Reynolds study, dark wood paneling, but that part of the house is only one room wide and with the big windows it was very light.

We continued on to Black Mountain. Our goal was Waynesville but it turns out that the campgrounds out there close November 1. As it turned out I was beat from driving and was glad to stop sooner and was in bed early! Love our rv, small enough to drive like a car but with all the comforts of home.

And room to haul pottery and other artwork to boot.

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