Wow...sounds and looks like a perfect weekend! Your pictures, as usual, are just stunning! You really captured the beautiful essence of fall, especially in the fourth photo down. What glorious color!" I still get a childish kick out of tromping through dry leaves.'HA! OMG...me too!!! Don't you love the sound and smell of dry leaves? The BEST!And I cannot believe how close you got to that deer and took a picture. I once went on a 7-day retreat in the Pocono Mountains and would take long walks through the woods during the day and spotted many deer. However, when they saw me, they would run. I adore deer. Beautiful eyes and such a gentle yet, very powerful presence. LOVE that wine bottle!Thanks for sharing your weekend, girl. Enjoyed it!X
Thank you! I do enjoy the smell and sound and look of fall, that's for sure.There's no hunting in the state park so that may be why they are so fearless there.And I have a weaknesses for cool wine bottle labels.
Oh those damn deer! They are taking over the world!What a beautiful river. Your photo reminds me of a lookout in Zion. I'm glad someone had nice weather over the weekend. It looks quite lovely as I suffer through our first week of snow.
Or we are, and crowding them out of their habitat.Oh, snow! I'm sorry. We actually got a little spitting snow on Tuesday, but it's warming back up.
its a good time when you are sorry to see them leave...what a beautiful hike eh? and it pays to be resourceful for dinner with what you got...smiles.
Yes it is. A nice weekend all the way around.
That's quite a dish to have emerged from a few "found objects" in the kitchen! But improvised meals can sometimes be unexpectedly brilliant.Fabulous scenery, yet again. And I love the deer. Such a sweetie!
Well, I knew all those things work together, so I figured it would be good enough.
What a lovely walk, love the photos, and he sounds promising. ;)
He does, doesn't he?
lovely walk!and I like the pasta ingredients!:)
The next to last pic: what is it? It looks like braids of rope are twined around something. The doe looks healthy, the tail-down indicates an unalarmed state usually.
Those brown things? They are little catkins of some sort, from another plant. It's a close up of the moss covered log a couple of pictures up.
Nice to be able to take advantage of all the great scenery around you...and the lingering warm weather. The photos are all just beautiful.
Thank you. I'm trying to get as much out of it as I can before the cold hits.
I canoed on that river once. You have great hiking areas around you.
It would be a good river for it, I imagine.
Sounds like a sweet time together. Kind of makes me want to grab my man and head for the woods.
I find being outdoors very romantic. With the right person, of course.
Love how inventive you were to throw together a meal with what you had at home. Gorgeous place to go hiking in!betty
Thanks - it's a handy skill to have.
A weekend to refresh body and soul.It’s good that you lived it fully.
I'm a believer in living your whole life as fully as you can.
This sounds promising! Glad you had a good time.
It sounds like a lovely time and the hot tub sounds amazing. The pictures are so beautiful! Glad you enjoyed yourself. I am living vicariously through you :)
I find that a funny but also lovely thought.
You sure know how to enjoy a weekend. You're the least boring person I know!
Wow! That's quite a compliment!
I wish that I could do half the things that you do. If ever you visit India and Pune, I will show you the half that I can do like raid the fridge and hustle up a meal.
We all have our skills. :-)
gorgeous day as it looks. and dinner sounds fabulous.
I don't have any of that stuff in my pantry or frig.
Oh, well, I'm a chronic over-stocker.