This little vacation in June Lake was exactly what we needed. Nature, 70 degree fall weather, beautiful scenery, an awesome ghost town, s’mores, driving aimlessly…what more could we ask for? My heart belongs in a place like this. I felt at ease, at peace. And I realized (again) just how much I would love to live in a place like this.
Well, until we meet again, June Lake…
(Caution…this is a long post!)
My sweet babies.
This little area was tucked away in a small little camp ground we stopped to have lunch at one day. I wanted to build a house right here.
Dillon decided it was time for Cinderella to go for a little swim.
Virginia Lake was GORGEOUS!!
THE most amazing man. Ever. I love him so very much.
We had such a great time in Bodie. This was the third time I had been there, but the first time since I’ve been a photographer. I saw everything in a completely different light, and I loved it. Bodie is one of the best preserved ghost towns in the United States, which takes the coolness level to like, a bazillion.
This is what walking all over Bodie will do to a 2 year old.
My dad took my mom, grandma, Jared, the kids and I to one of the spots they deer hunt at often. Again, such a peaceful and gorgeous place that I didn’t want to leave.
June Lake 2013! <3
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