A long weekend was spent in a cabin, cozied around a campfire with family in the cool mountain air. With the crackling mesquite and changing canopy, it finally felt like Fall. We bundled up in woolen blankets, roasted marshmallows, and collected a variety of colorful acorns and oak leaves. Elk ate from the palm of our hands, and we even spotted a fox! The kids were covered in dirt from head to toe, but they climbed trees and rocks and made race tracks and hiked and had a great time. We woke up to rain and had coconut banana pancakes and still managed to make some frothy coffee. We ate cupcakes and celebrated the little lady’s birthday! Hopefully some of these snapshots of our adventures leave you feeling inspired!
2 thoughts on “Feeling Fall.”
How wonderful to spend a weekend there. I can’t believe the elk being so tame. The little golden sweater is so pretty. I am loving that colour right now ; )
It was wonderful, and peaceful! Definitely needed. And we were all so surprised to have the elk eating from the palm of our hands. A real treat!