What do bus drivers do on their first day of Christmas Break?
This bus driver and her friend and co-worker got up early on December 19,the first day of our Christmas break,and headed out by 8am to take some pictures.
I will share the pictures and you decide if it was worth getting up early on a day off to see this.
Of course we were out of town before sunrise,and had to stop along the way when the sun started painting the eastern sky in gorgeous colors.
A little later the clouds looked like they were on fire.
The frost covered trees were tinted a beautiful soft shade of pink as the sunlight hit them.
Here is another look at these pretty trees,highlighted by the morning sun.
At the side of the road was another photo opportunity just waiting for us.Some old fence poles and few roles of wire,now covered with snow,looked artistic to me.
As we headed further west the frost became heavier and the scenery more beautiful.
A closer look at those branches heavy with the frost.
And still closer.It was spectacular to say the least.
We had driven quite a few miles from town with one purpose in mind.Up until now,what we saw were bonuses,but my friend wanted to show me a particular tree.
This tree stands out in the field and it has a piano,complete with a bench,standing under it.
I do not know the story behind this,but I do know that it makes a unique picture
It had been a fantastic morning of friendship,music on her car stereo and pictures,but our tummies were reminding us that we had not eaten breakfast yet. We left this beauty,headed back into town and enjoyed a hearty breakfast.This was a wonderful way to start our two week break from school.