Tuesday, May 19, 2009

The Long Road Home

I thought I'd share a few photo's of my trip home last month...these are some landmarks that mark our way. This is Rock Solid Church in Ohio...some living in this area, are calling the sculpture of Jesus an eyesore and want it removed.

Fort Campbell Kentucky, home of the 101st Airborne Division...this is where my Daddy was sworn into the Army. He re-enlisted after the War and ended up spending his last few months stationed here. Just 50 miles or so from home...right on the Tennessee/Kentucky border.

When we hit the Riverfront in Clarksville we breathe a sigh...we call this the big city. Where the people, from surrounding small towns, come for everything.
I am almost home!

Sportsmans Market...where Tomer spends time buying snacks or checking in Turkey's after a successful hunt.

The road through Erin...leads to the Ridge. Where the Musser family, has lived since before I was born. I am home!

Love to All!


Louise said...

Thanks for the pictures ... I've seen the Solid Rock Church too on my way south. Love the Tennessee hills.

Pat said...

I loved going on this trip and would love to see more pictures! Those hills are so inviting, it looks like a wonderful place, I can see why it calls you home.
I've seen that church too, it's a landmark going south.
it didn't take you long at all to get good with that camera and posting pictures..way to go girl!

Samantha said...

Hi Trish,
I have not seen that church, it is beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing your great photos, what a great trip home !
Blessings to you sweet friend !

Margie said...

i love the pictures. Thank you so much for taking me on the journey with you! I've got to get that book in the mail to you!!

Mrs. Mac said...

I can hear John Denver singing ... country roads ... take me home ... to the place ... I belong.

You are getting good at posting pictures, Trish!

Pam said...

I think the statue is lovely.

Diane said...

It's so true, there's no place like home, even when you've been away for so long, something about home still calls you. I still live in the same county where I was born, but when I drive over those hills to the farm where I grew up, something deep inside me just sighs with relief. My heart knows....I'm home. Wonderful pictures Trish. Clarksville is just a hop, skip and a jump up the road from Hardeman County!

Many hugs...........


Constance said...

Go figure? Jesus offensive? Nahh....

I am going home to St. Charles in 2+ weeks and I need the break SO bad! I will have to post pics as well from the place I call home!