Route #2 we call "The Scenic Route". This route takes us through rural Georgia and South Carolina. We pass rolling hills, glimpses of the Blue Ridge Mountains, pastures, a major lake, a wonderful farmer's market where we occasionally stop and have ourselves a treat of homemade peach ice cream or warm fried pies with fillings such as cherry, blueberry, peach or sweet potato (my favorite). They have an abundance of produce, but they also sell crafts and custom furniture. It's a huge place that attracts many passer's by.
I probably should take more photos, but on this last trip (since we were stopping for sign photos) I had the opportunity to take a pic of a quaint little church that catches my attention every time we pass it. It sits on a small hillside along a two lane road, and when it pops into view it always makes me think of the show "Little House on the Prairie". It is so picturesque and quite out of context considering its immediate area. This particular day the sky could not have been bluer which showcased the little church at it's finest.
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Do you prefer interstate driving or scenic routes?