Look! It’s the happiest couple on skis!
So, grab a shovel…
…and play with Fletcher.
Sometimes you just need a quick local hike before the real snow comes…
Snow in early November is more than enough reason to break out the holiday decorations and a restored version of White Christmas. Here, Sharon fashions a bow topper while Bing looks on.
Although we’re not pictured, Wendell and I helped too. (Really, we did.)
Yeah, maybe we ARE a little early, but I think it just gives us more time to enjoy New England’s greatest season.
Every year Jeepers from around the country gather for a weekend of off-road adventure in the Cumberland Gap region. Like last year in Maine, Ruby Jean wanted to join them. Of course, I camped in my new (and constantly improving!) rig.
In this overhead drone shot, you can see the tiny bright orange tent peeking through the morning fog (second from the bathhouse).
The night before we hit the first trails, more than 300(!) Jeeps took over the little town of Williamsburg, Kentucky. Some were stock, others heavily modified. All were unstoppable.
On my way down to the 24th Gateway to the Cumberlands Jeep Jamboree, I took a small detour to camp along Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. It was lovely!