Goodbye Weekend

LABORDAY-31We squeezed the very last droplets out of summer this labor day weekend, and it couldn’t have been more satisfying. I kind of feel like the whole summer was a weekend. I did so much and went so many places! This last weekend, we had a friend’s birthday hang, and then drove up a short distance to an awesome cabin on a beautiful pristine lake for one last hurrah. The little structure up there isn’t even the main cabin, it’s the bunk house where we and some friends slept. It’s probably one of the best places I’ve slept. It’s so good if you’re down with rising with the sun (although I awoke several times and groggily elected not to shoot the sunrise ¯\_(ツ)_/¯).LABORDAY-32 LABORDAY-33 LABORDAY-34 LABORDAY-35Just picture walking up there, with the breeze coming in so fresh, and then throwing your swimsuit on and running off the dock before you’ve even had your coffee. It’s the best way to start the day. LABORDAY-28LABORDAY-30The night before, as is with pretty much every thing we’ve ever done lately, it rained hard, disrupting our last bit of daylight on the lake, but giving us some pretty spectacular clouds afterwards. LABORDAY-24 LABORDAY-25 LABORDAY-27LABORDAY-21And boom! It’s hard to see in this photo, but the rainbow started *on* the lake, and I don’t have a 5mm lens so I couldn’t get the whole thing all the way across the sky. But it was there.

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