early 20th century: from German Wanderlust .
Anyone who knows me at all knows that I LIVE to travel. (It drives my husband nuts) I am usually two trips ahead when it comes to planning, and if for some reason I don't have some sort of adventure planned I start getting some serious cabin fever.
Can anyone relate? There is just something about seeing a new place, experiencing a new culture, and meeting new people that thrills me....and I'm (seriously) addicted to it!
To help keep me sane (aka. Occupy a Wanderer) in between our epic adventures Dave and I often explore close to home - and our favorite season is fall! I am in love with the gorgeous colors, and he just enjoys being comfortably cool. A few weeks ago we decided to take (one of our last before the move) a trip exploring Maine and doing some work at the same time.
One of our stops (and all the photos above) was at Tunk Mountain in East Hancock, Maine. If you've been following my blog I've definitely posted photos from Tunk recently, but these are just a little more gorgeous - it is finally fall!
How gorgeous is it!? (and how handsome is my man!? Btw....I've finally complained enough about only having photos of his backside that he's "letting" me take actual photos of him)
We had just enough time to hike about half the trail before the sun went down, so we made the most of it and hiked fast!
The foliage has been a little weird this year, so only about half the trees were actually turning, but the ones that were had the most amazing colors....as you can see. :-)
Our second local adventure (on a different day, these two places are NOT close) was to Aroostook county, to Easton. Dave currently has an inspection up there, and since it's a LONG drive he invited me to keep him company. What a gorgeous ride!
While Dave did his inspection I had time to explore the farm next door and take some fun photos of the old equipment. He only gave me about fifteen minutes, I could totally have used an hour!
Dave bought me an awesome new lens, so of course I made him stop every few miles so I could play with it capture this gorgeous landscape.
In-town Easton there is a cute little pond, and apparently it was the perfect time to see a pretty large flock of geese. Of course I made Dave stop - again.
So, how do you keep a wanderer happy?
Keep her wandering <3
Dreamer, decorator, wife, business owner, personal fitness trainer. 20-something.