In late September, Autumn and I drove to the local rendezvous and joined my parents for a day of 1840s living. They camped a couple of nights, but Autumn and I were not able to camp because of prior engagements.
|My parents' camp.|
|The weather was perfect and the trees surounding the camp were beautiful!|
|Camp items hanging from a tree.|
|There were many beautiful leaves and I loved the way the light would shine through them like little stained glass windows.|
|We don't have trees in our yard, so Autumn was in heaven surrounded by fallen leaves. Every time the breeze would pick up, there would be a blizzard of falling leaves.|
|The road to home.|
|We always pass by this church on the way home. This year I stopped to snap a few photos.|
Soon after the rendezvous we welcomed in October with it's chillier weather and even a few lonely snowflakes. Flipping through the TV channels I see that QVC is peddling Christmas decorations already. "I'm not quite there yet." I say to myself. We are hoping for another mild winter, but only time will tell.
Tomorrow I will share the quilling that I've been working on. Yes, that's QUILLING---the art of rolling paper---It sounds about as boring as watching beans boil, but it's actually quite fun!
Have a Happy Day!