On the last day of her visit, we attempted to do a fun fall activity by going to a nearby cider mill. Very fall-ish, right? When we got there, though, we found out it was the day of the annual Ciderfest. That meant a lot of people milling about and long lines to get cider. I think the line would have taken an hour or more to get through, so we took some pictures amongst all the
We were out in the middle of nowhere and the weather was beautiful, so we stopped in a field and took some photos of us running wild and gallivanting in the fields. See? We did do some frolicking.
As we were driving to this place, we talked about how nice it is there are still areas that aren't densely populated or have buildings all over the place. Knowing how many people live in this world, I love the fact we can still find an open field to run around in and not see anyone for miles. Sometimes you just have to be somewhere wide open and free.
Having Kate here to laugh and take ridiculous pictures with really made me miss her presence even more. I may have tried to sell the idea of moving here once or twice. Who knows what the future holds, but at least we had a great time together.