Autumn Camping

Monday September 22, 2014   

Did a short overnight camping trip this weekend. I wanted to get some fresh and cool air into my lungs hoping it would help clear up the rest of my flu symptoms. The weather was perfect. Plenty of sun with cooling temperatures at night. When I’m camping I sometimes find it hard to believe that I enjoy it but I truly do. There’s this sense of “letting go” when I’m camping. Trivial things drift out of my mind and I can just be.


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13 Responses to “Autumn Camping”

  1. Bella says:

    Hope you are feeling better soon!! Love Belle Xox

  2. Sarita says:

    That looks beautiful! I grew up camping and totally loved it as a kid, but ever since moving to California I haven’t truly enjoyed it… it’s just so HOT and barren here. I’m just more of a forest girl than a desert girl!

    • jenny says:

      Oh that’s interesting! Growing up I only knew beach camping. I sorta miss that. The waves and the sand but the hardwood trees here have so much to offer. I think it’s more about exploring and if there just isn’t much to explore … and it’s impossibly hot & ick… it would be hard to enjoy for myself too.

  3. Ally says:

    These photos are so autumn and makes me miss hiking and being out in nature! <3
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  4. Lei says:

    Love these photos~ I wish it wasn’t so hot here in droighty California.

  5. Sofia says:

    I’m jealous of the possibility of going camping in September! It’s way too cold here. But I can take long walks in the forest instead and get ALMOST the same feeling hehe :) It’s so beautiful during Fall.

  6. Veronica says:

    I love your blerg :D

  7. Miya says:

    I wish I knew where to go camping outside the ny metro area! your pictures always make me so jelly.

  8. Sewon says:

    I love the details you captured from camping, Jenny!

  9. Céline says:

    Hello dear Jenny!

    I hope that you will still write on your blog, i love it long time ago. Your lifestyle is so inspiring. Bye for now! ;)

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