Well, we are wrapping up our last days in our camper before leaving for Europe. What a great summer! Now we are headed back to the North Country for a new season. Looking forward to spending some time with our families! I’m sorting through photos here, so there is some camperlove coming! Until then, know that there is some homemade, garden fresh salsa being made at this very moment here in a little cabin somewhere in the big woods!
We have been making some sweet memories in our camper this summer. Living on a plain, migrating our way down the Madison River… Long commutes to work, haha! And leaving for Iceland draws closer… Guh! Did you know that you can freely car camp in Iceland? Even on private property for one nite? It will be so worth renting a car for two days there to take advantage of this fact. The hard part is deciding where to go… But before we get to all that, I promised a few images of the inside of our camper… Baxter, you’ve come a long way….
We took the whole back end off and part of the side panels to repair water damage…
Summer afternoons go by like a little girl gathering found feathers…by the end of this short, yearly walkabout, you realize you have gathered up a colorful singing bird, and as fall approaches, little is left but to listen back to the storysong of those fluttering days… And so here we are, traveling about, gathering up both moments and found feathers-quite literally, actually! I’ve had feathers come across my path nearly daily the last couple weeks… It’s been sweet- God, what are you saying to me? :)
So here we are settling down under a big almost Indian summer sky. Settling for the remaining weeks before we fly off to our next destination (Iceland). I’m so glad we did this.
You want to be free and travel? Cut the cords! Rent-free for the summer and lining up photography jobs made this happen. I’m getting super excited to start blogging again to record this lovely summer. And obviously to show off how hot we are living in our camper, haha! Oh just kidding. It’s been a rough season, but this has been quite the highlight. So here’s us headed out to our spot.
Come back to see how this nest got feathered!!!
Also, I will share our itinerary for Europe and my lament for missing the harvest back home in the Pacific Northwest. Check us out on Instagram @sageandscarlet, and of course, on Pinterest. …I like how my iPhone just autocorrected Pinterest as a proper noun.