The day I was packing Josh made sure I knew to bring warm clothes and reminded me that I wouldn't have fun if I was cold (I'm ALWAYS cold). Well both days it was sunny and in the 70s and I was sweating. And I had nothing but thermals, sweaters, cords, knee high socks, and boots. Womp.
Somehow this guy talked me into getting into the creek.
The leaves were the brightest and most colorful I've ever seen!
After our lunch and walk in the creek we were driving and saw a dog trying to cross a busy street.We pulled over and a sweet puppy came right over to us. He wasn't wearing a collar so I called a non-emergancy police department number who connected me with a no kill shelter called PetsWithout Parents. When we got there we discovered the dog ( who we nicknamed "Charlie") had
a chip, but it had not been registered. Apparently a lot of dogs are not and not much can be done if
they are ever lost :( Since Charlie was still there when we left, we stopped and brought him a toy,
took him on a walk, and donated some money wishing we could do more.
I hope that our little puppy friend finds his family, Josh hopes that he will be able to go back and
pick him up. So I really hope he finds his family!
Monday morning we had another trip into the mountains. And a stop (the third stop, my husband is obsessed) to buy cider and caramel apples for home.
I think it was great that we finally had time just for us for a few days since he left this week for training. Can't wait for the next vacation already!