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The first day of fall is in just a few days! Is anyone else excited? I'm a bonafide leaf peeper, and I've been cleaning my camera and lenses to get ready! * This is beautiful Lake Carmi in northern Vermont. These shots were taken the first week of October in 2021. Won't be long now...

Words of the day - mosquitoes, mud, steamy, and slippery! Still, a wet hike in the woods is better than no hike at all. . Cook Mountain Preserve: 3.58 miles, 968 feet of elevation gain, 2 hours ✨

Three of my favorite things - cider donuts, crystal-clear lakes, and mountains.

Cute-as-a-button mountain villages, vineyards for miles, and thrilling outdoor adventures will draw you in, and the culture, friendly people, and delicious food will keep you from ever wanting to leave. * Welcome to the Eastern Townships of Québec, just 40 minutes from the city of Montreal. These eclectic rural villages are surrounded by farmland, forests, and mountains, with a wealth of opportunities to get outside and explore, especially in the fall!

Late summer on Vermont’s trails and you never know what you’ll find. Most certainly mud and a few mushrooms, not to mention sunny, cloudy, rainy skies and temperatures all over the place, but i guess that’s part of the fun! ✨

Hi! I may have just finished my last camping trip of the season. The silence of a September campground in Vermont is such that every random sound can be appreciated, from a red squirrel scolding an unsavory intruder, to the tap, tap, whack of a distant hatchet making kindling. I love those sounds! . When friends and neighbors ask how I can get so much joy from camping alone, I hope I will remember this warm September evening with my hands wrapped around an icy Vermont beer, sitting under a canopy of drippy trees (this summer has been very drippy). . Because I may never have money for a waterfront cottage, but can afford a few enchanted evenings in a woodland lean-to, and for that, I’ll always be grateful!

Just a few lonely thistles that we spotted in Maine while looking for moose ✨

We’ve been bouncing around New England’s lakes, rivers, and ponds in our yellow canoe for a long time! She’s like a member of the family!

Dear Maine’s North Woods, I’m your biggest fan. 💕

We celebrated Eric’s big five-oh with a grand adventure! We took to the skies in a seaplane over Moosehead and Lobster Lakes. And we did see a little moose with a big rack from the air! He was too far away to photograph, but he still made my heart flutter, which has to count for something! If you find yourself in @destinationmooseheadlake and want to treat yo’self, check out @curriersflyingserviceinc ✨

The last time we took this girl in a canoe was 2020, and I think we were all a bit traumatized by it. She refused to stay in the boat, nearly capsized us on multiple occasions, and was an all-around nut. . Glad we gave it another go. She’s now a joy to paddle with and she stays in the canoe. The boat is tied to the dock here, and she’s just waiting to to for another ride!

One of the newest additions to @spaciousskiescampgrounds , @spaciousskiesadirondackpeaks is a lovely campground that is geared toward families with kiddos. With its two swimming pools, playground, arcade and game pavilion, and fully stocked snack bar, this is the ideal home base for families who want to explore more of the Adirondacks. . The yurts are rustic in the sense that they don’t have bathrooms, but also luxurious with their comfy beds, electricity, heat, AC, fridge, microwave, and television. There are three yurts onsite at Spacious Skies Adirondack Peaks. Two are suitable for families of up to six people, and one is geared toward couples or small families. . All of the yurts have an outdoor fire pit and picnic table. The bathhouse with hot showers and flush toilets is just a short walk away. Dogs are not permitted in the yurts, but they are allowed in the campground and in some of the cabins.

What Could be Better than a Wine and Waterfall Weekend in the Hudson Valley?

Because Minnewaska is only open for day use, we recommend pitching your tent at Robibero Winery in New Palz for the weekend. Let’s explore Minnewaska State Park Preserve and Robibero Winery, both within an hour and a half of New York City! After enjoying Awosting Falls, head back the way you came and hop on the Sunset Carriage Road, and hike another .8 miles to Lake Minnewaska. From the Lake Minnewaska carriage road, you can take either Upper Awosting or the Castle Point carriage Road and hike further up for some really amazing views of the surrounding mountains.

Why You Need to Explore Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

The old-growth redwoods on the California coast are kings and queens of the forest, and if you’re traveling north through California, your last chance to camp in a primeval forest of ancient redwoods is nine miles east of Crescent City in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Snaking its way through this ancient forest are the crystalline waters of California’s last big wild, free-flowing river-the Smith River, also known by the name Tolowa. ’s wildlife while the river flows by — bald eagles, northern spotted owls, black bear, bobcat, mountain lions, beaver, river otters, black-tailed deer, elk and coyote all make their homes in this locale and frequent the sparkling waters of the Smith River. California State Parks – Visit the Jedediah Smith State Park website to learn more about camping, trails, and interpretive programs.

Beautiful Glamping Near Olympic National Park, Washington

Whether you’re visiting Olympic National Park for a weekend getaway or a week of non-stop adventures, glamping near Olympic National Park allows you to explore the park all day and have an immersive outdoor experience at night without sleeping all the ground. glamping tent outside of Port Angeles is famous for its incredible views of both mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Salish Sea. What we love about this Port Angeles glamping tent: The views are beyond compare! This riverfront tiny house in Forks includes all the comforts of home: a fully-equipped kitchen, sleeping for four people on a queen-size bed and a sofa bed, hot showers, an indoor fireplace, washer/dryer, and Wi-Fi.

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