As winter finally begins its slow relent to spring, I've been dreaming of warmer days, imagining more sunshine and reflecting back on last summer's adventures, anticipating what fun lies ahead for us this year.
One of our trips took us to little Pinconning, Michigan, where we spent the week of July 4 at my inlaws' cottage. Little Arrow was a very early riser as a baby. Meaning I saw the 5 a.m. hour daily for about a year. Thankfully, as a 1-year-old, he's beginning to ease up and allow his parents a little more rest.
One way to maintain quiet in the house so everyone else could sleep was a morning walk with Little Arrow happy in the stroller. To make it more interesting for me, I grabbed my camera. I'm still very new at shooting in manual, and given my kids' ages, the opportunity to stop, aim my camera, and fiddle with settings is a rare treat.
The perfect name for the dusty dirt road where vacation memories lie ahead? I nominate:
Even the roadside wildflowers perked up to say good morning.
I loved how quiet this little inlet coming off Saginaw Bay was.
I guess it's time to turn around and head home. Maybe someone's up making breakfast!
This post is a part of Friday Daydreamin' at R We There Yet Mom? and Photo Friday at Delicious Baby.