1. Happy Election Day, Canada!
2. I have eaten more potato chips in the last two weeks than I would normally eat in two months.
3. There is a sheiling in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. It was built in 1942 as a monument. It’s still pretty cool.
4. We hiked 6 miles today in beautiful and varied terrain.
5. If you look carefully at the next photograph, you will see the moon.
Bob and I had a wonderful day today. It started out visiting our kid at the bakery where she works.
Everything is gluten-free and nut-free so we could eat everything! We had a tough time narrowing down our selections, so we didn’t. We each took one bite out of everything.
Then we went for a long hike at Mohican State Park. It was wet and rainy, but we were enjoying the trudge and took a break under a rock ledge.
I love to pore over the carvings in the rock. The oldest (dated) one we found was from 1871.
I brought coffee (an idea I got from stgeorgeknits) and what was left of the blueberry muffin. I may have been stalling a little on the climb up these stairs, too.
All the fall yellows were out in full force.
As you can see, I brought my Birds of Blendon Hat along.
We even got to walk across a covered bridge!
It was a charming day, and I made some progress on my sock while in the car.
And I got a thrill when we arrived back home. Kate Davies left a comment on my Instagram saying my hat was lovely! What a great topper to my day.
How was your Sunday?