This week I celebrate a weekend away with family into the Cascade Mountains (Manning Park) in our amazing province, British Columbia.
We all have our places that sustain and refuel us. Mine is the forest. The greens, the air, the being surrounded by time and history. If magic exists in this world, I am pretty certain it exists in the forest.
Here is a visual recap of our trip.
I celebrate all of the mountain air, the dark greens of the trees, the startling yellows of the changing leaves and the time walking and talking with my family.
Thank you to Ruth Ayres and the #celebratelu community!
Being part of a community that regularly shares gratitude and celebrations truly transforms my weeks.
Goodness gracious–what a beautiful place!
It really was. Such a nice place to get away.
I see the Rockies here, too. I looked up Manning Park. What a wonderful time you had. We went hiking a few weeks ago, & it was a joyous day. Thanks for sharing the pics, Carrie.
A pleasure. The mountains are truly incredible.
What a wonderful visual recap! I hope this time with the outdoors and nature surrounding you refuels you and gives you more than you need!
Thank you Leigh Anne. It was a really needed get away.
Wow. Fantastic pics. You’re so right. The forest is magical.
Thank you for taking me to your part of the world where the scenery and vistas are awesome.
It is a pleasure to share it.
Carrie the views are breath taking! That’s great you had time to enjoy the scenery and get away for the weekend!
It was a wonderful weekend and yes, amazing to get away.
Your photos are stunning. Thank you for sharing this special place with us.
Thank you Rosemary. It was such a beautiful place to visit.
We sometimes forget what a beautiful province we live in, don’t we? I often find myself yearning to explore faraway parts of the world, which is fine, but I all too often take for granted everything there is to explore here at home! Thanks for sharing this.
You are so right!
I feel like I just had a vacation just by looking at your beautiful photographs. What a beautiful place – so glad you could get out with your family and celebrate!
I am so pleased the photos had that impact on you. 🙂