I'm thankful for my cabin in the woods. I'll leave you with this shot, taken this afternoon, as I bid you goodbye for a couple of days. We head north to Wisconsin at 1 AM in the morning.
I have to confess, I find this time of year depressing. I love autumn when the leaves are showing off their colors, but once the woods looks like this, it appears stark and desolate.
Deer season ended yesterday, so I felt safe paying a quick visit to the cabin, to see what it feels like in late fall. The two dogs followed me, of course, and went chasing about the woods while I sat on the porch. I'm never sure just how alone I am there, since Luke and Tyler go back in that vicinity to smoke their stolen cigarettes. They showed up once when I was relaxing on my deck there.
I'll bet Luke's mom thinks she is sure smoking more, lately.
Anyway, I'll share my woods with them. But I'll keep the lock on my cabin door.