Thursday, July 18, 2013

Summer Mountains

I have been trying to make the most of my summer with what spare time I have. Two weekends ago I went to the mountains nearby. It was absolutely beautiful and I miss the sweet mountain air so terribly right now. There were wildflowers growing, and I was able to go for a bicycle adventure with my love. We rode through forest and meadows, and discovered a pathway to the lake. We spent time with my parents and cooked some delicious, homemade food on the barbecue. It was a much-needed camping trip, though I wish it could have lasted longer. Untitled
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12 comments:

  1. you are such a beauty! i love your cute hat and skirt and am so happy to have discovered your little blog. xo

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    1. Thank you Sarah! I am so happy we are blog friends and thank you for your very sweet compliments!

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  2. Oh it looks like you had an absolutely magical day! There's not much I love more than taking trips to the mountains

    xx Carina

    P.S I discovered your blog via the cult of flowers page! I am your newest follower

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    1. Carina, it was very magical and I couldn't agree more with that! Thank you for taking the time to discover my blog and follow! You are lovely :)

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  3. that second photo looks just gorgeous. and i literally have not gone camping since i was like 7 -_- this looks like such a fun getaway with the family. and riding through trails on your bike is just magic- that is my all time FAVE thing to do during the summer :)

    xo marlen
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    1. Thank you Marlen!

      You must go camping again. It is so nice to have a break from the busy life and just relax and sleep in a beautiful place.

      I love bicycling in gorgeous scenery! It is totally the most freeing experience!

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  4. Those wildflowers are so beautiful and that is one amazingly huge pine-cone! I love the faded quality of your photos so much, makes me feel like I'm in a day dream or in a nostalgic place. It looks so idyllic. I'm happy to have stumbled across your blog! xx

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    1. Thank you Leah! Thank you for finding my blog! The pines cone were extremely huge! I wanted to take them all home with me. :)

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  5. hi! you are so darling, i am so glad i found you here! i am so jealous of this little place you were in, it looks like a dream! i love all of the pine cones (i am thinking of craft projects i would do with them) and the wildflowers.

    lindsey louise

    hellomrrabbitblog.com

    ps: i love your captures in this post, such lovely photography.

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    1. Hi Lindsey! And likewise! I've been following your posts for a short while now. You are just so adorable and I love your photos!

      I wanted to collect so many pine cones but had very limited space to bring any back with me! However, I did make a flower arrangement with a water bottle as a vase for our camping table centerpiece. It felt just like home!

      Thank you for your kind words!

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  6. I am so jealous of your life! Spending time by the mountains is always so peaceful. I love your outfit, too!

    Xo, Hannah

    sweetsweetnoir.net

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    1. It was very peaceful! Thank you so much, Hannah :)

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