Thursday, October 9, 2008

A Weekend Away

Tomorrow, we leave for Primehook Beach. Our final trip of the year. October is such a great time to visit as it is the start of the fall migration for Snow Geese and Canada Geese. The waters in the refuge actually look white because they are so littered with Snow Geese. It's a beautiful sight to see and with each year, the kids are getting older and can appreciate it more. I'm excited for them to see it again this year.

We're spending the weekend with one of my best friends and her family. She has four year old twins and I love that our kids are so close in age (and another set of twins, no less). I've planned for a campfire on the beach tomorrow night with mulled cider, butternut squash soup and baked apples (on the fire, of course). The weather is supposed to be gorgeous and I'm sooooo looking forward to a campfire on the beach! Summer is just usually too hot to do this plus the bugs are bad.

Here's to a lovely fall weekend at the beach. See you when we return.

1. Sunset w/ Beach Fire, 2. Mulled Cider, 3. November 25 (butternut squash), 4. Snow Geese, 5. Cackling Goose, 6. geeseinflightenmasse_MG_5388.jpg, 7. Untitled, 8. Untitled, 9. 2cattailsgeese_MG_5567.jpg, 10. Boardwalk, 11. Blue Fruit, 12. a long path in fall, 13. Private Beaches14. Not available15. Not available16. Not available

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