Road trip along US I-75 #WordlessWednesday #Roadtrip Rossana WyattNovember 13, 2013November 15, 2013 Daily adventures, Gluten Free, Travel, Wordless Wednesday Beautiful scenery as we traveled along the US I-75 coming back from Florida, a great road trip. All pictures taken with an iPhone 5 with a telephoto lens from JEBB Enterprises attached.Share this:TweetMoreLike this:Like Loading...Related Florida, Global Resort Homes, Road trip, Travel← Gluten Zero @Dempsters new #GlutenFree bread!Enjoy Life #glutenfree Decadent soft baked bars + giveaway! → 5 thoughts on “Road trip along US I-75 #WordlessWednesday #Roadtrip” Rebecca November 13, 2013 at 7:52 pm I love roadtrip.. 🙂Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here. MapleMouseMama November 15, 2013 at 12:11 am Great collage Rossana! Who knew you could get a telephoto lens for the iPhone! That is pretty sweet 🙂Suz Being Gluten Free Post authorNovember 15, 2013 at 9:16 am It is – I loved using it to capture some really cool shots! They are from Jebb Enterprises, this is their website Sukhmandir Kaur November 18, 2013 at 5:31 pm Goes to show that out on the open road beauty can be found not just in the scenery of nature but road signs and concrete. Drew A. Meyer December 2, 2013 at 2:43 pm On a road trip , staying in some sort of motel/hotel is part of the adventure. It’s not the same as staying at Grandma’s, or better yet, Loretta’s house. Besides, staying at Loretta’s was the experience it was because Loretta was there. And of course her mother’s raisin pies. But an old hotel is as close as I can get today to the experience that thrilled me as a kid. They’re interesting and fun and the always friendly sometimes odd-turned proprietors are attempting to preserve something old and grand. It’s impossible to walk one of the creaking hallways and not get lost in thoughts of the early travelers – the grandeur of anything that wasn’t their own drafty bedroom, something large and with all those rooms had to sweep away their imaginations and fuel the thrill of travel for them. When I stay in Yellowstone’s Mammoth Hotel or Old Faithful Inn, I choose the oldest rooms for this reason and stay at any old hotel along a road trip journey – they fuel my imagination too.