We arrived in Luray safe and sound. It is such a beautiful drive! Jeremy took some great landscape pictures as he was driving. What magnificent beauty! On the way, we stopped at a gas station and saw this truck that was covered in mud. Jeremy had to get a picture! After three hours, we pulled into the gravel drive of the Shenandoah River House, and there she was. The house is an old, white, two-story farmhouse filled with old photos and antique furniture. There are three bedrooms, five fireplaces, a huge sun room, and thankfully only one small TV. No, it's not some fancy resort, but moments after pulling into the driveway, as I stood in the backyard listening to the sounds of the river, I felt completely relaxed. That, I say, is priceless. After a quick trip to the town Walmart (Thank God there was a Walmart!)for supplies for the week, we are settling in for our first night in the river house.
We are an active family of six (Jeremy, Angie, Caitlyn, Kylie, John David, and Luke) learning to live God's way, and growing together in His love. It's an up-to-the-minute account of the craziness here that keeps us connected with our friends and family! Enjoy!