On our third day at the farm I woke up and was greeted by sunshine and blue skies. Oh joy! While my morning coffee dripped into the pot, I stood at the kitchen door and took this shot of the back yard...
and this shot of the side yard. Looks like a glorious morning huh?
I couldn't resist a few more shots...
of the back yard. What a vista right outside my kitchen window.
After breakfast we set off on a hike around the property. First stop was the New Bridge to take a pic of the river reflecting the beauty of the day.
Then another shot of the river taken from deeper in the woods. The Riverside Ramble Trail takes us right along the shoreline, and we made many stops along the way to enjoy the view of the river at each lookout spot.
I took lots of pictures at each spot.
When we left the Riverside Ramble Trail, we walked along on a thick carpet of leaves covering the North Boundary Line. Crunch, scrunch, skrinch. I do love the sound of crispy leaves crackling underfoot.
We soon came to the junction of the North Boundary Line Trail and The Old Logging Road. We took this path back to the farmhouse, and underfoot was a mixture of crispy leaves and mossy carpet. What an awesome walk.
After lunch we got in the car and drove along country roads to see what else Mother Nature had decorated for us. Winter's Bay Road was all decked out in its autumn finery...
and was positively aglow.
Our spirits were also aglow after our very colourful day. Hope you had a weekend full of colour and warm family times too.