just a bit north

Monday, 30 June 2014


As much as I dream of traveling over seas, I still get excited to see new places not so far away. A few years ago Jay told me about this island (some is Maryland, some is Virginia) where wild horses roam the beaches and marshland. Oh, and it's only 2 hours away? Let's go.

We called this our anniversary camping trip. Just the two of us, some skydiving at a new-to-us dropzone, crab picking and camping/beaching/hiking Assateague & Chincoteague Parks to find those wild horses. Of course I forgot my camera, but we snapped a few from our phones. I love spending my time going on adventures with this man.


Just outside Assateague State Park we spotted the first of the wild horses. I was worried it would be difficult to find them, but they've gotten use to the visitors and just keep eating. We spotted quite a few throughout the trip. Most of them have this beautiful carmel and white coloring with a shaggy mane. I wanted to take them home with me.



Our morning view from the tent before skydiving. Corn field everywhere. And, I've been looking for a wood slab with a live edge for a headboard in the guest bedroom. Well, this totally random nautical gift shop on our way home had plenty to choose from. Sometimes things just work out for me.

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