Monday, November 14, 2011


Miniature daisies by my mother's grill.

Adirondack shelter on the Laurel Highlands hiking trail.

Bridge over Oil Creek..waaaaayyy down there.

Autumn trails make my heart sing.

Hot lunch from the day pack by the creek on an unseasonably warm November day.
Wishing we packed in the fly-rod.

I heard something on a pod-cast last week..

Adventure is what you make it.

In your backyard,
by the grill.
In the garden,
with the sun on your back.
On a familiar trail,
or a new one.
Doing something new,
or old with a new set of eyes.

We've spent the summer adventuring.
Going to keep going right into winter..


Rural Revival said...


Lovely photos and what a sweet shelter. I have visions of building one of those in the back, that would be a lovely adventure!

So lovely to visit you again. : )


Michelle @ Give a Girl a Fig said...

Wonderful...that adirondack shelter is amazing. Glad you are enjoying life...xoxox

Denise said...

couldn't agree more.

Bertie Bainbridge said...

These images are beautiful! The woodland trail is incredibly inviting, glorious light and colours.

Chiot's Run said...

Love those shelters, I've slept in the many a time in all seasons. Must add hiking there to my 2012 to-do list as it's been way too long!

nancy said...

love, love, love that shelter!

sounds like life is good.