OK let's go ahead and wrap up the rest of this past weekend's pics.
Saturday morning may have been 15 to 20 degrees warmer as there was no frost at all when packing up at first light.
It was a beautiful morning riding across Georgia, but I was heading Northeast and it did get cooler and frosty before it got warmer.
Here the sun is beginning to burn off the frost and fog from the fields.
A fly by shot of a neighbor....just for contrast.
The cloud cover steadily increased throughout the day.....
In Bartow, Ga I decided that my legs could use a little stretch.
Even though the old depot was decorated the rest of the town looked to be occupied by ghosts.
But it was Saturday
The break in the clouds would only be temporary.
The only ghost that I actually seen in Bartow.
One last fly by shot......
As I entered SC the clouds began to look more like snow clouds to me!
Saluda became a lunch stop and a message came in from a friend that it was sleeting back home. Thankfully I didn't have to ride in any sleet but it did sprinkle intermittently in the final 100 miles and the temps dropped from the 60s to the 30s.
The hot shower at home felt real good.
Thanks for stopping by
but now that winter is upon us my day trippin' may slow down....but hopefully not by too much.