We awoke to another beautifully sunny day. We are glad we didn’t let the weather forecast stop us from exploring this area.
Our original plan for the day was to go on a hike from our campsite. I was going to do part of the hike and then turn back when I felt I had done enough, and Scott would continue to hike a little longer.
Then I got in the hammock, and decided that I needed a rest day.
Although the sun was out, it wasn’t that warm outside, so the hammock with a couple of blankets was quite nice. The morning warmed up quickly, and I found myself shedding layers as I wrote and sipped my morning coffee. I am reminded of NaNoWriMo and thinking that my November project will be to write one of the GoingEast Books.
I thoroughly enjoyed my day lazing about at the campsite. It is so beautiful. I was even able to take a nap in the hammock.
While I was resting up, Scott went for a long hike, getting back just after 5pm.
Yup, that’s snow.
At one point, the trail Scott was following ended in a cliff. Rather than climbing it, he decided that backtracking was the safer of the options. I am very thankful that he made that choice! You can see the cliff in this picture.
Some weather in the distance – foreshadowing what is to come …
Not sure where my thoughts were at this point … but I was definitely thinking deeply!