Megan is still enamored with the Smokey the Bear display.
The inn that we stay in does a great job decorating for the season.
Each year we try to get a picture of all of the grand kids in front of this wagon.
Most of the trails and road are centered around a large body of water.
Chuck was trying to show Megan the proper way to skip a rock. One of Megan's favorite things to do. She tried and tried.
There turned out to be more plops and
splashes then skips. She still had a great time.
Chuck took the girls for a hike while I stayed back and enjoyed a good book.
There was also time for a drive. I love old, little towns.
This building was along the town square. In faded letters the top of building says "Genn a Cohen Farmer Friendly". I would love to be able to take a peek at this cute town square about 75 years ago. I can just imagine the hustle and bustle on a Saturday.
There was a cute country decor store and some antique stores to explore.
On our way back to the inn we got off the beaten path and ran across an area of Amish farms. Soon I will share some of those pictures.
As nice as it is to get away it is always good to be home!
I hope you are taking time to enjoy the simple moments!
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Soaking Up Fall
Thursday afternoon we headed out for our annual fall getaway. I wasn't sure how the weekend would be since it was raining and we were under a high wind advisory when we left. Luckily by Friday morning the weather had improved and we enjoyed frosty mornings, sunny days and crisp nights. Perfect fall weather.