As November settles in, it's given us some decent days like today that leave Scott and I walking through the park by our house right after he gets off work. Days when you can wear a sweater, but no coat. These are my most favorite fall days.
I do get nervous, though, as winter approaches. I might try to like it again. I did that once back in 2006. I desperately tried to like winter by snow shoeing and sledding and drinking my weight in hot chocolate. It didn't work. Winter bugs me.
With that said, I should probably reminess NOW about about summer. Scott and I had a pretty Neverlandesque summer this year. Adventures were around every corner, and we went to like a billion places.
Hare Krishna Festival in Spanish Fork, Utah: March 2010
Epic Washington Vacation
I know the camping one wasn't technically summer, and neither was the Hare Krishna Festival, but both of those things felt like summer to me. I also didn't include the quick weekend trips like visits to Boise and Yellowstone Park. But hey- you get the drift.
Also, this is day 4: a picture of the place you last went on holiday. Guess I did that.
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