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Oh yes - except for the strep part! I love your November days.


You must tell us more about those stone steps! What is that? So cool! And the fall colors are amazing! I think I need a fall trip to New Hampshire next year. :)


Such beautiful country - the textures, colors, crisp air, crunch under your feet - very peaceful. Thanks for sharing the pics, Kristen. I need to be more purposeful in slowing down and enjoying.

That eagle is pretty neat! And the stone arches. Nice! I can imagine you will visit that spot often - such wonderful imaginary play spot for the kids. I bet Hans could slay several dragons hiding behind those walls.


I will join you in singing the praises of November. That first phot is an incredible view, so lucky you live there to photo it :)


I do love these days too, it is definitely like the calm before the storm.

Glad everyone is feeling well again.


Great photos! I love the Thanksgiving re-enactment too! Your comments are turned off for that post if you didn't know :)


Thanks Amy! Not sure how that happened. Yes, the feast was great fun!

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  • [So glad you stopped by. I'm Kristen, wife to Dan and mama to four awesome little ones. Here, we keep track of our adventures in the woods of rural New Hampshire and share a bit about our Christian faith, our homeschooling, our crafting, and our desire to live as frugally, as simply and as peacefully as possible!]

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