I’m currently in Canada where it’s cold and snowy and I have to catch up on a million things, including this photographic recap of the past week. Let’s get it going!
I returned to Langhorne, Pennsylvania — Eden, as I like to call it. My cousin got married, and much fun and photographic opportunities were had by all. I love my family.
I then trekked northward to Rochester, New York and reunited with a Californian roommate of yesteryear. He lives there with a couple families in a gigantic homestead with chickens and turkey, and his location by the Finger Lakes and Lake Ontario provided lots of picturesque moments.
We also papier-mâché’d, baked bread, and cut hair, so it was an artsy few days!
Enjoy these moments from the wandering week that was! And stay tuned for my next Canadian recap as I brave the Ontarian snowfall . . .
Wedding selfie with my sister, grandmother, and mother!
Family photobooth fun at my cousin’s wedding. I love us.
A trip to Eden is never complete without a coffee walk to 7-Eleven.
Trip motto. Life motto?
My old Eden house. How I miss that attic bedroom.
Mice > Eggs at this New York homestead.
Chickens! Who’s next to die / go mysteriously missing?
Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas Dinner, respectively.
Rochester building painted with my Traveling Golden Trout colors!
My old roommate from California! Some random lady thought we were brothers; I can’t imagine why.
Chapel in a graveyard.
Frederick Douglass’s grave!
Best epitaph ever?
Just a pumpkin wearing a Frankenstein mask at the foot of Jack the Ripper’s grave. That’s all.
LAKE ONTARIO. Two Great Lakes down; three to go.
SNOWFALL. Ain’t in SoCal no mo.
Hey kids, whatcha reading?
Baking bread on floury surfaces that resemble the United States.
The end result of a papier mache project with my old roommate. How I’d missed him.
AFTER. Onward to Canada!
What are your thoughts on slaughtering chickens and turkey for food?