We’re back from a glorious weekend at the cabin. I’ve just downloaded hundreds of photos…typical, lol…and have had time to only go thru Saturday.
So here’s what our Saturday looked like:
We arrived quite late Friday evening and stayed up to see the first star.
Evenings at the cabin are magical. Nights are either black and stars or light and minimal stars. We had a light night. We saw a couple of satellites fly overhead, off to bed we went and slept for a very long time.
Mornings at the cabin, and a pot of water warming on the stove, Chloe wakes up in a place she’s known her whole life.
That little teddy bear is Nanny Bear, her first teddy given to her by her great grandmother when she was born. There is a hand painted pillow and an orange “Moshi” pillow, both gifts from her childhood best friends Megan and Becky.
Breakfast at the cabin. I don’t know why, but food always tastes better here.
Then, off to a lake for the rest of the day.
Oh my goodness, look what we have here! It’s the rainbow city of the Birkenhead Lake fairies.
Late afternoon and time to head back down to the cabin.
But first a walk in one of the high meadows.
We came away with a little bouquet of wildflowers and a treasure of wild strawberries.
I don’t know what it is about me but I tend to trip over four leaf clovers. I think that maybe in the war I could have made a good code breaker because I see irregularities and patterns very easily. Anyway, I must stop picking them because the pages in the cabin books are pretty full of pressed four leaf clovers. 😀
I love to have a puzzle going at the cabin. This lovely 1000 piece puzzle was loads of fun.
There we are Saturday evening and time for bed. Boy this day went by quickly. Were not ready to go home.
Sharing with Judith and the mosaic bunch. 😀