A Walk Through the Woods

 Teddy and I have been making this trip a lot lately.  We walk through the woods to the guest/stone house which from now on will only be referred to as the Stone House.

 Every time someone "guests" here, I get to do the cleanup work.  I don't like running a B&B so now it will just be our stone house in the woods!  We actually use it a lot.  After years and years of nonstop traveling, it's nice to just walk through the woods and have a getaway to go to.  I don't even have to pack up the car!

 Oh no!  Teddy is peeing on my strawberry plants.

 Our main garden is down by the stone house. There is a wonderful, cool porch to sit on down here to get out of the sun.

 And it is down the back of the mountain so it is a good hike getting back up.

Teddy likes to lay just inside the door and listen to the pond.  I am setting this up for our big Thanksgiving celebration and I will post more pics when it is ready.

Comments

It is so beautiful! So much colors still, here frost covers almost everything but that is sort of beautiful too and much better than the predicted rain we are about to get later next week.

Have a great day!

Christer.
Heritage Hall said…
you continually amaze, amaze.... what a treasure to have at the
end of a walk....
dkzody said…
What a wonderful room in which to celebrate a day of feasting. I am envious.
Mary said…
What an awesome room for a Holiday dinner! If I had that space I would be doing all the holidays there.
Cottage Tails said…
Your autumn is looking very stunning. Hope you don;t have to carry the food down to the Stone house for Thanks Giving
greekwitch said…
So beautiful!!! The colors of the trees are enchanting. And Teddy is the cutest even if she is naughty!
Guillaume said…
Gorgeous walk and gorgeous path! This is so atmospheric and beautiful.
Barb said…
What a lovely way to have a little get-away on your own property!
Mary Ann said…
Your property is so beautiful, and are you having dinner in the guest house?
The "Stone House" is a dream house to me! Just beautiful!
Craig said…
I like the meandering nature of your back garden and those red trees are gorgeous. Japanese maples (acers) I assume?