So. I apologize. In racing across eastern Canada and New England to make it back to Eden in time for Thanksgiving, I missed blogging last week. THERE WAS NO TIME.
To rectify the situation, I’ve combined this week’s usual “week in review” into a double-dose of weekly review goodness. It all started with my first visit to Niagara Falls — the “Grand Canyon of the East,” as I like to call it. Gorgeous.
Despite the -5 degree frigidity (Celsius, thank goodness), Canada treated me just as handsomely as the previous two times. From Toronto to Ottawa to Montreal, the sights were special; the people, even more so.
Acadia National Park in eastern Maine was a definite highlight of this trip. It was awesome to be there in the off-season when it’s free, hardly anyone else is there, and did I mention it was totally FREE? I’d never before ventured to those uppermost regions of New England, so it was a refreshing collection of moments.
And then BAHSTON to wrap it all up.
Enjoy these moments from the wandering weeks that were, and stay tuned this Monday for a special announcement and the beginning of the end! (Dun dun dun . . . join my newsletter for first dibs on the big reveal.)
I hope y’all had the happiest of Thanksgivings! Anything lovely or quirky happen around the dinner table?