Interlude

Life has been exciting recently! So much has been happening in many different spheres, I'm running a bit hard to keep up. But I'll take complexity over an excess of routine, so it's not all bad.

Happily, a week or so ago we were able to take a quick trip to one of our favorite not-too-distant spots -- Natural Bridge State Park in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky.

Natural Bridge has both a lodge and one and two bedroom cabins. (We've stayed in all three versions.) We're pretty partial to cabins when traveling with children. Having a kitchen saves a good bit on meals, and more living space is helpful.

Even though it was early March, there was snow on the ground when we arrived.






But it was above freezing, so it felt quite comfortable.














Mountain laurel - my favorite!

We just had to watch out for falling icicles.



Of course we saw "the" bridge.

Natural Bridge
Tim even made a night hike to the bridge because it was the one place he knew he had cell signal.


I loved these rock swirls...




which reminded me of a free motion quilt pattern I've been playing with.



It was just a quick trip, but there's nothing like getting out of your usual routine and spaces for a refreshing time!




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