I have posted the pictures we took of our trip from Yardley to Atlanta, bringing our newest garage member home.
Our route took us by air to Philly, where we received a whirlwind tour of the city (Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, City Hall), a not-so-whirlwind tour of the huge King of Prussia Mall, then a nice dinner with my sister's family, a short stop to visit our other Philly cousin and take her present to her, followed by rest.
Day 2 took us from Yardley, via Gettysburg, to Greensboro, to my folks' home. It's a nice trip, PA Turnpike to US-15 to Gettysburg, then some nice backroads to get you to I-70 in Maryland, then onto I-81 and through Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia, where you hit US-220 to Greensboro. I remembered that US-220 route from taking my Great Aunt back and forth years ago. But, do it in the dark, in a car with pretty weak low beams, and try to maintain 65mph. Scary, but fun.
After some famous Stamey's NC BBQ, we took a rest, and on day 3, washed the car, cleaned it out, and headed down I-85 for the 5 hour trip home. Quick, and easy, and daughter got her lunch at Panera Bread (in Concord, NC).
Everyone arrived back home happy and tired. And ready for New Year's.