Pomeroy, OH

We headed down to Pomeroy, Ohio to visit with some of E's family friends on their amazing farm this past weekend. We explored their stunning property on the gators, grabbed lunch in town, stopped by Bobbie's shop, attempted fishing the pond, and watched our Buckeyes. It was one heck of a day. 

Sunday was spent fishing the pond, exploring some more, playing with the sweetest pup in the world, Patch, and perfecting our shooting skills. Ohio Fall, you really are the best. Thank you to Ray and Bobbie for having us!!

Jackson in Fall

I absolutely love visiting Jackson in the Summer and Winter, but the "off-season" months are pretty special. With town being quiet and weather real cozy (+ new room at Bear Camp complete), A and I headed West to pay a visit to the Rigby family patriarchIt sure was good to see you, Billy :) Already counting down the days until we get back out in just a short month.


A day out at the Allen's farm was the perfect way to spend Halloween (thank you, Luke + Allen family!) The day was spent outside, by the fire, sipping spiked cider and laughing at the amazing costumes. Best costumes: horse + jockey, young forrest gump, harry & marv, cats, and an old couple. E and I don't make the list with our easy/comfy/lame choice as gorilla + Dian Fossey -- but we're already brainstorming for next year!

Trick or Treat

This was our first trick or treat in our home and it sure was fun. We hosted the family -- making some spooky treats for Bridge and even spookier cocktails for the adults. We took Marshall (from Paw Patrol) around the neighborhood to trick or treat, then cozied up at home with our little glow in the dark skeleton to watch Hocus Pocus. 

The dinner: one of our favorites, Ina Garten's chicken chili

The treats: oreo spiders and graveyard dirt cups.

The drinks: manhattans with eyeballs made of blueberry stuffed lychee & a pinch of charcoal powder (charcoal pills found in vitamin aisle) to turn any drink black.