This past weekend our family spent three blissful fall days in a little hideaway out in the middle of nowhere breathing in clear, crisp mountain air and taking in some of the most beautiful sites of Creation with another amazing family we have the privilege of doing life with.
It was the first time all four of our kids had ever been to the mountains which made it all the more fun for we adults as we got to watch their faces light up with excitement to see and experience the brand new sites and terrain!
Our days were filled with rest, exploration, hot-tubs, LOTS of comfort good, long morning talks bundled up in blankets and coffee in front porch rocking chairs, good books, and the feeling of just being unplugged from technology and the rest of the world for a time. It was exactly our hearts and bodies needed and we left feeling incredibly re-charged.
My favorite part of going away is always coming home, but I’m so very thankful for times away of refreshing with those I love.
This corner of the world has become my own little fall hideaway and the people I’ve shared it with along the way make such it a precious place and time in life.