As I said many times, my home state of
is one of the prettiest states in the country!
It's filled with endless photo ops.
My daughter Lindsay and I rediscovered this
heavenly oasis just two minutes from our house.
It's not a barn...but thought the
would enjoy it.
Tucked back in the woods...
yep, we had to hike through heavy brush
to get here...
someone was trying to create a
little old-fashioned village
hoping to attract tourists.
They moved this old covered bridge...
And, created a pond.
Down a dirt path they set
this tiny historic church.
I loved the rustic white.
Down the path a bit farther
is this old General Store.
The weeds and wildflowers
are growing through the
A perfect place
to capture some photos
of my precious daughter.
I only have her for a few more weeks
before she heads off to grad school.
I've been trying some new photo techniques.
Some I like and some I don't.
The old buildings were neat, but
the utter nature and tranquility...
is what really enchanted me.
I can remember bringing the kids here
a long, long time ago.
It never became a tourist attraction,
so it's still
in the woods.