We’ve had a lot of rain (and wind) today. It was a dismal day, but the day ended on a bright note.
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.
The conditions were perfect. The sun was shining, and it was raining. As I have several times this month in similar conditions, I picked up my camera and walked outside. I looked across the sky. At first I didn’t see what I was looking for. I kept looking at the sky. It HAD to be there. The conditions were perfect; they couldn’t be any better. All of a sudden a rainbow appeared, spread across the sky. I took this photograph from our neighbor’s yard, looking across to our yard.