Tuesday, October 24, 2017

To The Mill At Last

A little tradition has been emerging — taking a stroll at the Mill of Kintail on Thanksgiving weekend.

Well, Thanksgiving was rainy hereabouts, and the leaves hadn't turned yet either, so we didn't make it. But Sha had the kids this past weekend, and the weather was lovely, and so was the colour. So, we took the time to do it.

The kids at the entrance and Danica by the cottage by the entrance




Shots from the woodsy trail






The ceremonial tossing of the leaves





The Goldilocks House (that's just what we call it) is always worthy of a stop and some snaps






Of course there were many more shots, but I try to restrain myself at least a little bit.

I'm glad that we could continue our Thanksgiving walk tradition ... in essence anyway.

5 comments:

Marie Smith said...

With modern day families, we learn to celebrate when we can get together. We have flexible feasts here too. It looks like everyone enjoyed the day!

Jenn Jilks said...

You so love your family! Amazingly great fun. My daughter's MIL is visiting a month. Haven't seen them!

Silver Willow said...

Very cute photos! Can tell everyone had a great time!

alphabet soup said...

All those leaves. What fun!

Ms Soup

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

What fun tossing leaves and keeping up a family tradition. Looks like the weather cooperated as well. Did you also toss some leaves.