This past Monday was summer’s last hurrah I believe. It was incredible. Words can’t describe the beauty of this day. The leaves changing, cool breezes, but an air temperature of mid-70s. Ahh, friends, to my Arizona adjusted body, that is what fall and winter should really feel like! :) Aunt Dana and I took our yungins on an outdoor adventure to enjoy the creation around us. The park we went to has ponds, nature trails, creeks for splashing, education stations, bridges and plenty of wildlife. The shot above is one of my favorite shots of the day. They were taking a break after hiking and were admiring the pond – looking for turtles sunning on logs.
Playing in the creek – their feet were COLD, but they didn’t care!
Hudson really wanted to move this rock.
BFFs….just like mommies.
After the adventures in the forest, the five of us went to a local farmer’s market and gorged ourselves on yummy fresh and healthy local delicacies (like egg and olive sandwiches, sweet bologna and local cheese, veggies and fruit). We loaded up on Pumpkin Spice Coffee Beans for Daddy as a treat and headed out to the orchard to pick our own treasures. What a perfect fall day!