Thursday, August 06, 2009

Snapshot: Summer 6



After a tumultuous semester, a few friends and I headed out to the Adirondacks for a 3-day, 2-night canoeing/camping trip (that being my first of either). Out of all the photos we took, this one reminds me most of the pressure the water had on us; after day-long treks, that feeling stays with you as you sleep. At this moment, we had already canoed for about a day and a half, and had just finished lunch—smoked salmon, which we ate on a rock in the middle of a lake. Not only were we blessed with good weather, but I also managed not to capsize—dirty yes, but dry.


— Jessie of Zest & Thyme



(beautiful photograph either by Jessie or one of her friends on the trip — she can't recall offhand as they shared the camera)

6 comments :

Jane Flanagan said...

Gorgeous! I love canoeing!

Starfish said...

What a beautiful picture! I've never been canoeing but I would love to try :)

Katie said...

What a great picture! I love the description that goes along with it as well. It sounds like a fun trip! :)

Teri said...

How fun! I've just been talking about going canoeing! There is sort of romance to it I think, especially when you just rock in the middle of lake!

Jessie Cacciola said...

Totally. And I think camping is the best way to get to know someone--you've got nothing else, and you HAVE to work together.

Thanks again for including me in this great feature, Lori! It was fun to put it together and reminisce.
xox, Jessie

automatism said...

Thank YOU, Jessie, for your wonderful contribution!!! Such a great holiday memory!

Lori
:-)

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