I believe many of us are creatures of habit. We keep coming back to a favorite restaurant, vacation destination, or park. In our case, we have a favorite short drive. It has become our tradition to take the drive in the back roads of Napa Valley in the winter time. Rarely over the years, we would take the drive a second time in the year during summer time. But not always. Winter is a special time in the back roads when the fog shroud the rolling hills making an eerie atmosphere of the oak trees dripping in Spanish moss. I love the sight of it.
January 19 this year was when we took the drive. The reason for this was the day before was exceptionally foggy. We were hoping the same conditions for the drive the next day, except that overnight the fog lifted completely and the blue sky emerged and the sun overcompensated the region with sunshine it was lacking for a few days prior.
Hey, I like sunny blue skies as well, so I wasn't completely down. Let me show you what we see as we take our yearly therapeutic drive in the back roads of Napa Valley.
This is my entry to this week's OUR WORLD TUESDAY.