52 week's of Marie's Life

52 weeks captured through photos

6. Bridge (Week 2)

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“Praise the bridge that carried you over.”  ~ George Colman ~

 

As we continued our auto train adventure, I eagerly snapped photos out the window of our sleeper cabin with my iPhone.

 

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9 thoughts on “6. Bridge (Week 2)

  1. Really interesting to read of your travels … My husband loves trains … Who knows maybe we might try it sometime.

  2. Wow. You have become a “salesperson” for AutoTrain. Your travelogue photos are going to force us to take the trip.

  3. I took my first train trip on the Grand Canyon Railway a couple months ago. I’m intrigued by your trip. Nice photos.

  4. Marie, was the ride a comfortable one? This sounds interesting. I’ll have to research to see how close to Arlington it stops.

  5. Sounds like fun! I used to take the train to Chicago for the day with a friend of mine. It was just a 3 hour trip from my home in Indiana… ahhh fun memories for me. 🙂

  6. hey there! i’m loving your recent posts!
    I also blogged about The Ultimate Guide for a Stress-Free #PreparationforVacation. I would also like to ask how do you prepare for your much-awaited vacation? Do you just pack-and-go? or you want everything to be organized?

    here’s what my recent post is all about…
    http://talkaboutbeauty.co/2014/08/18/stress-free-preparationforvacation/

    would be so nice to hear from you! 🙂

    cheers! xx

    deanna ( http://www.talkaboutbeauty.co )

  7. Sounds interesting. I like the reflections and the view of the bridge.

  8. Three years ago my friend and I went cross country by train and we loved it. We had sleepers too. That is the only way to go for a train trip that long. Two years ago we went from Trenton, NJ to New Orleans and that was a great trip too. Anyone thinking about traveling that way should just do it. Trains go all over the country and are so much fun. I have been enjoying all of your pictures and can’t believe the time has gone by so fast. I was speaking with your mother today and told her what a great photographer you are, but she already knew that!

    • Thank you so much, Pat. It’s been fun. I love taking pictures and this gives me an outlet to share them. And I’m getting quite an education from other people’s posts. I agree about the train ride. This is something I would love to do again. Hope all is well with you and that you can continue to travel.

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