Gorgeous pictures!! I'm so glad you two were able to get away and spend time together..... :)
those are beautiful pictures! how nice that you got to go away together, too! looks perfect.
ahhhh! that looks so nice! i'd love a vacation right now!
Looks like a truly relaxing place...hope you had fun and reconnected with the quiet side of yourself. Love the pics!
You did all that from your iPhone? Color me impressed. :-)
Looks like heaven to me . . . I just love to read about all of these rural, peaceful escapes! Thanks for bringing us along with you! ~ roz
This looks beautiful and peaceful. I could use a bit of that right now.Thanks for sharing.
Awesome pics..especially the cottage and the forest. Great. Enjoy!!!
It was definitely nice to actually take a vacation together, no matter how short! Recently, we've been taking most of our trip separately.And, yes! All these photos were taken with my iPhone, and I even wrote the blog post and uploaded the images from it. Ain't technology great!
Oooh pretty. Makes me think of that part of the state in a different way.
"Hopefully I will never have a reason to go to Lewistown Hospital, but I will definitely check it out from the outside next time I'm in town. Small world, huh? Did you live in Lewistown or just do this one project there?"Yeah, I guess I should have been clearer that if you have reason to DRIVE BY the hospital ;-) I'm from Altoona and lived in State College when I did a series of projects at Lewistown. Also at Geisinger.
The last picture is my favorite. It's lovely... *happy sigh*
there you are! i'm so glad you had the chance to get away. some of my family lives in terry hill (sp?) pa (also an amish country) and every time i visit i am stunned at the beauty of it all. a rustic cottage? ahh, im so jealous :) i get a little vacation in about 2 weeks but it's to crazy new york city! glad you're home safe and i hope you're all rested up :)
What a wonderful getaway!
So beautiful!I think a trip to either Ecuador or NOLA would be amazing with Habitat! The people are really great as long as you are there to really work. I will say this, because so much of the touristy parts of NOLA are back and the more expensive areas are back together I think NOLA has gotten forgotten. We worked in the lower ninth ward on the Musicians Village and while Habitat is working hard the area is still in great need. I respect all of the people who found a way to come back and rebuild on their own but some areas are so abandoned, I wonder if they feel safe back in their old neighborhood. I know I would have problems sleeping if my "neighbors" were a block away.Anyways, my point was that people seem to think NOLA is back and it really is not back in many areas. Your efforts would be much appreciated here!
i gave you an award :)