Indians and a Rainbow
We’re on our way to New Hampshire, where we will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday with Bob’s sister, Cynthia, and her family. We made one fuel stop during today’s travels. The fuel stop was at a gas station on an Indian Reservation near Limestone, New York. I took pictures of a couple Indians that we saw at the fuel stop.
Rainy conditions were with us throughout much of today’s journey. However, much to our amazement, a rainbow followed us for about an hour along Routes 86 and 88 in New York.
6 Responses to “Indians and a Rainbow”
Love those Indians, especially the first one. But that rainbow pic is gorgeous!
What a wonderful way to spend Thanksgiving…near to the place where it all began. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Bob, Cynthia, Larry and the extended family. AV
From one shutterbug to another, that rainbow pic is fantastic! Even more amazing is that it was taken while rolling down the road! Way to go! [Next time, try to get Bob to stop! Hahaha]
Ciss – We have stopped at that particular fuel stop before. I've always admired that first Indian statue. I finally was able to photograph him. I walked right by the second Indian statue. I didn't see him until I was in line paying for snacks. I wondered how I could have missed him!Annette – We had a lovely dinner and visit with Cynthia, Larry and Larry's mother. We will be spending the day, tomorrow, with them as well. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Ken and your extended family as well.Greg and Dawn – Thank you for the compliment. I think Bob would have stopped if it had been possible. He was as delighted as I seeing that rainbow.
Those are amazing carvings of Indians. Beautiful! I really like the rainbow shot too. Sounds like you guys will be having fun:)
Thanks for directing me to your rainbow – this is a beautiful shot. I wonder if it means that the farmer will have a good crop from this field, or that he should go out with a metal detector like this guy:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/staffordshire/8272058.stm