Cottage Life

Posted: May 18, 2011 in Images, Travel & Tourism
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The past several days have been filled with wondrous and blissful moments spent at the cottage. 

The cottage. 

Nestled far away from the daily, chaotic city life that’s seemingly another world entirely.  A desolate place that doesn’t feel like loneliness, but rather one that brings peace and a sense of spiritual cleansing.  A rejuvenation of sorts that reminds you how beautiful the world can be when surrounded by its natural wonders.  The fresh air, pure of any city pollution that makes the night-time sky a beauty to behold with all its shiny white freckles; the indescribable smell of the forest and the innumerable sounds of nature that bring a smile to my face; gathering around the fire pit on a chilly night with smores on hand and good friends to share a laugh with.  It really does feel like you’re living in serenity and being a part of nothing short of a miracle.  

I wanted to share these sentiments with you, along with some pictures to support my adoration for the cottage life.  See you soon!

Welcome to the wild

Paddle Time!

Paddle Time!

Fire Pit And The Night Sky

Just Gorgeous

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Comments
  1. midaevalmaiden says:

    you lucky dog livin it up in the wilderness while the rest of us slave over our blogs. great pics, all! Have fun enjoying those sunsets by the fire.

  2. Hi midaevalmaiden!

    I’m done living it up; I’m back to the harsh realities and the grind of city life! 😦

    It was definitely a much needed little getaway though, and I recommend it to anyone looking to clear their minds and refresh the spirit.

    Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  3. momfog says:

    Very nice. I’m lucky enough to live outside the city, near beaches, rivers, and some lovely pine forests. I take it for granted but I plan to enjoy some of it this summer with the kids.

  4. Indeed you are lucky. The beauty of nature is a perfect example of, “the best things in life are free” saying.

  5. Kindred says:

    I live in a cottage.

  6. Taken me a few weeks to get to your blog as have been travelling across Canada on the trans Canada highway so a lull in my blogging and blog reading – Great words;great blog

  7. Jack says:

    Lol. do you have internet service out there in the middle of no where?! I would hate not being able to read my emotobooks on my kindle 😦 Looks awesome though!

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