I'm back, kids. Last time we spoke, I was hunkering down for a week in the woods
by myself and it was absolutely refreshing and terrifying at the same time. So QUIET. I've been back for a couple months but have been immersed in A) starting/running aspects of a second company b) hustling hard for Midnight Brunch partnerships C) making my personal life as aligned and happy as it can be.
Anyways, as we swing into November, I wanted to take one wistful look back at summer and share a few photos from that incredible trip up north. I'm from New England, so it was a joy to stop into New Hampshire and see my best girl friends and then hole up near Pleasant Lake in Maine.
Rustic intro to the weekend:
A view of my cabin and the deck:
Grillin': The Perfect Summer Meal
Can't hang out in the woods without a taste of Manhattan
Definitely a regional (and personal) favorite: Moose Tracks Ice Cream:
What I brought with me:
You bet your bippy it was!
Redneck Hay Wagon
Lobster Roll Basking in the Sunlight:
Spent the week learning how to use this:
Getting better at taking pics with a DSLR:
But still enjoy editing on my iPhone:
Hated to say goodbye:
Shout out to Haagen-Dazs for making these summer moments possible. I was their food influencer for their #HDMoments project
, which helps to raise money for honeybee research at UC Davis.
Haagen-Dazs just released their FREE "Ode to Summer" e-Book, featuring 50 summer moments including many photos that I took!
You can download the free e-book from iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. For every download, Haagen-Dazs will donate $5 to honey bee research at UC Davis.
iTunes (iPad only)
More photos from Maine: http://bit.ly/RYpWG1
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