Summer’s last hurrah

In the last full week before school’s start, we packed our minivan to the gills – knitting, crayons, fishing tackle, sleeping bags, pugs, and a whole host of other vacation ‘necessities.’  Then we headed up North for a week of uninterrupted recharging.  And it worked.

It was a week steeped in sand, water, fish, horses, lumberjacks, and Paul Bunyan, which turned out to be exactly what we needed.  We’ve now crossed over the threshold and given ourselves wholeheartedly to Fall.

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    anie said,

    oh joy!! What a treat~I’m sure the pack/unpack/laundry scene at the end of this was no small feat either~happiness all around though and so glad to see you back!!

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    Amy Sue said,

    wow what wonderful pics!!! the closer up one of the kids is BREATH TAKING!! and the one with the lumberjacks is fantastic!!! we went to Leona, to a lumberjack museum this summer with the kids–was a great time!!


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