Just across the way from the sweeping mountain views I shared in part 1 sits this lovely historic horse farm. Isn’t it charming? Sometimes when I see spots like these I love to imagine a happy story of the family living there… something along the lines of National Velvet. I can just imagine “The Pie” jumping into the scene at any moment with a breathless Violet trailing behind….
Perched on a hillock in the rolling pastures is a very old log cabin. I wish I could have gotten a closer photo of it to share with you but that would have required my little one and I clambering over fences in a shameful display of trespassing…. I never recommend wandering onto other people’s property uninvited and I especially want to avoid doing so when any attempt at a fast “getaway” would include me clambering along with a squealing 8 month old in tow – who believe me, would consider the entire excursion “great fun” and if she could talk would undoubtedly be jabbering – “go again, Mommy! go again!!”. So we remained safely on this side of the fence enjoying the vista and musing about the Walton-esque cabin.
As a memento of this glorious afternoon, I thought I’d share a Fall color-wheel with you. I am always inspired by color charts and I was very excited when I found the template for this one from Katrina at the PuglyPixel. Visit her site here to download your very own! I’m sure to be using this great tool in many more posts to come so thank you so much Katrina for creating and sharing it!
I hope you enjoyed this little mini-fall-break on a golden Wednesday afternoon!