Labor Day weekend – the end of a long, hot summer. We all hate to rush it by, it will be cold soon enough, but still!!! It’s ending on a sad note in Montana with fires and smoke and continued worry of more. Losses have been great, including swaths of Glacier Park and one of her chalets. Still much to be grateful for and Coop and I had some fun and made the most of it.
Cherry picking is a summer staple!
Hanging out on docks is too!
As well as a rodeo and a couple of road trips!
We did some artwork, though I enjoyed it more than Coop did 🙂
We hiked on our favorite trail, cool and wet!
Hung out by the golf course – getting firewood!
We kayaked at sunset on the little lake!
We kayaked and picnicked in the smoke on the big lake!
We count our blessings, made the most of it, and it’s time to move on!
This looks so peaceful and beautiful! My parents took us cherry picking when we were little, that was so fun! Cooper, looks like he is enjoying himself!!
Hey, nice to see a blog again! Those cherries make great/colorful photos!
Thanks for this little bit of light! Love the artwork with Coop! Two questions: is that Yellow Bay (smoky day)? And where is your “favorite trail”? Looks wonderful!! Nancy
Nice to hear from you! Yes, Yellow Bay and North Crow!
Good summer all in all. Too bad about the fires tho. Your favorite trail looks like my kind of place.’ Coop doesnt like being artistic.