Hello friends! It has been too long since I have sat down and written a blog post. I could make up a hundred reasons why I have neglected my blog but I’ll be honest and say that I just haven’t felt like blogging!
We have been getting settled into our new home and routines over the past 3 months. In October we went to NY State to visit my brother while my oldest was on her fall break. I love being in NY, even the small, rural area in which I grew up. Even though I only have a handful of family members still there, Western NY will always be my home!
While we were there we took our girls to Letchworth State Park. I grew up just 15 minutes from here and we went there often. After traveling in the Pacific Northwest and a bit of Europe this place is still gorgeous and one of my most favorite places in the world. The Genesee River runs through the park and after 10,000’s of years has created a stunning gorge with 3 waterfalls. In the photo above the train trestle sits high above the Upper Falls. Sadly, the trestle is supposed to be removed much to the dismay of many. It is a symbol of the park to a lot of people but it is old and the railroad doesn’t want to maintain it any longer.
The third photo is of the Middle Falls, the largest in the park. The last photo is taken from “Inspiration Point” and it offers the very best view of the Upper and Middle Falls. The fall colors were gorgeous and I am glad we were able to visit during this time. I miss NY the most in the fall. With many hills covered in gorgeous and vibrant colors I haven’t been anywhere that offers such a stunning show of Mother Nature at her finest.
We had a great visit with my family and I cannot wait to see everyone again now that I am back on the east coast!