Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Winds of Change are Upon Us

The days are getting "shorter". It gets dark earlier every night. The weather is getting cooler each day. It's definitely changing around us. We welcome the change but we also feel a different energy in the air that is strong to us, for us to also make a change. We took a morning walk, hand in hand with coffee in the other and we talked about the change in energy.

[caption id="attachment_1097" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Huntin' Bug[/caption]

 On our walk we decided it was time for us to move on, we have some business to take care of and it's just time. We walked over to all the camps and told everyone that we would probably be gone by Tuesday or Wednesday. It was sad to say our first good-byes but we are friends and friends always meet again some time some place. So it will be good-bye for now...not forever. Jenn totally surprised me with a box of Sweetarts as well....isn't she just a SweetheartIt wasn't even on their list! haha

[caption id="attachment_1100" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Best sweetarts I had all day![/caption]

We hung out for a bit had some lunch in the van and even woke up poor Savannah from her Beauty Nap while eating some potato chips!

[caption id="attachment_1101" align="aligncenter" width="300"] You rang?[/caption]

We were talking about still moving over to the "new spot"...maybe...?? So we got ready and walked it again to see if the van could make it. It really is open and pretty over there with much different views but still great.

After spending a good amount of time here we thought we would explore more of the trails around us while we were still here...and it was light out. We took off into the forest, just checking everything out that we came across. It was a little 'stressful' to me just because you never know what you are going to run into in the woods (of course we're prepared but it's still a 'foreign' place).

[caption id="attachment_1103" align="aligncenter" width="225"] We're in deep[/caption]

 We walked about 3-4 different trails. We walked the trail behind our camp, where the dead-end is. We came up on the most beautiful rocks and trees, it was awesome to have this right here in front of us... and to think this was here the entire time. It wasn't the easiest walk ever but definitely not the hardest.

I like that we can walk in four different directions and see such an array of things. I also always love being able to walk in the direction of Joon Van. She is definitely home and there is always a safe feeling when you see her again.

[caption id="attachment_1106" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Home sweet Home[/caption]


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