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It’s official, no more white! Labor day has come and gone and for me this means summer is officially over (even tho technically it ends on the 22nd). Although I love summer, fall is hands down my favorite season! Something about the cool air, pumpkin spic ed everything, layers, boots, apple picking, flannel, and football makes me go cuckoo (in a good way)!

Our last weekend of summer went out with a bang! We reserved a spot up north at a little campground and really roughed it. Our site had no running water, no electrical, and really bad cell phone service, which means we showered with water bottles, used flashlights, and yup you guessed it – turned our phones off! It was amazing.

On Sunday we packed up our things and went on a hike which was amazing! It was puppy’s first time off-leash on a hike and he did so great!  We saw so many dogs on the trail and there was a beautiful lake at the top to cool off in. It’s a moderately technical trail and took about 2 hours from top to bottom.

 

 

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We finished the hike around 11:30am, which was perfect because it was starting to warm up and the trails were getting really busy. There was a place for lunch at the base of the trail, but we were too tired to lug our cooler to the picnic area so we just camped out by the truck on the highway, like a couple of rednecks. Hahah

I want to know, how did you celebrate your Labor Day weekend?

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