Continuing with our first snowshoe day adventure, here are some more awesome moments. The snow was so pretty that I’ll let the pictures do most of the talking.
Our entire group, minus one more dog. These two couples have been so welcoming since we moved to Seattle. We spent Halloween, Thanksgiving, and New Years together. Moving to Seattle and already knowing people has been amazing and really made it feel more like home.
It was beautiful and sunny out and we had such a good time. We stopped for lunch, walked a little more, then headed back to our cabin.
I loved waking up everyday to see the lake. It would be realllly nice to get a lake house someday. But I wold also just love to get a cabin every now and then. 🙂
So that wraps up our first Christmas and New Years together in Washington. They set the bar pretty high for future holidays huh? 😉 Living in such a beautiful place gives a whole new meaning to the term ‘staycation’ because there are so many gorgeous places here.
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8 thoughts on “New Year’s Snowshoeing”
Awww that dog is so cute! This looks like so much fun. I’ve always wanted to stay in a cabin for a weekend with snow and a fire going and hot cocoa and no TV or anything!
Seriously, these pictures are stunning! I really need to make a trip out there. I’m so happy that you’ve made such a great group of friends so quickly…that’s so important to moving to a new city! xo
Thanks Lauren! It was so pretty everywhere w the snow. Yes you should definitely come visit here we could go on so many adventures!
Yes I agree it has been so wonderful to have friends here helping us w the transition!
Helllooo! I’ve been snowshoeing once in my life and it was possibly one of my favourite things ever! Love that a doggie went along too! Did he wear little booties on his paws? Looks like Seattle is treating you well! xx
Hii Kelley! How are you? Long time no talk! I miss your blog.
No the doggies didn’t wear booties but they were exhausted after!
Seattle has been great we love it!
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