Saturday, January 16, 2010

A Little Getaway

This past thursday was our forty-third wedding anniversary (really?). My sweet husband decided that was a good reason to take a little getaway. We just traveled up the road a piece to one of our favorite little towns. We browsed through the shops and then went to our B & B log cabin. It was absolutely perfect. It is an original Texas log cabin ( a rare find according to our delightful host and hostess - who prepared the best breakfast for us!) that they moved to the property.

They restored it beautifully, leaving much of the original cabin while adding some modern touches - like a wonderful jacuzzi.





It was a rainy couple of days so we didn't get to relax on the porch swing. I think we'll have to come back some time when the weather is more conducive to swinging and relaxing with a cup of coffee.


This fireplace was my favorite thing. We don't have one at home, and I just love sitting by a fire.



Comfy and beautiful!

There were so many warm little touches throughout the cabin. After spending time talking with our hosts, I know they come from a real love for this little place.












We had a sweet time together. It all just gets better and better.

Blessings,
Linda

7 comments:

  1. Happy anniversary, sweet friend. That place is right up my alley! I love anything to do with farm, ranch and pioneer living. :o)

    Happy weekend, and have a blessed Lord's Day, Linda.

    Love and hugs,

    Diane

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  2. precious! So glad you had such a wonderful getaway!

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  3. That is an adorable cottage! And the fireplace - that's where I am when we to our favorite place in Estes Park.

    I'm so glad you got to do this -

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  4. Oh Linda, this looks so relaxing...
    how homey and cozy and sweetly they've decorated!

    God has certainly blessed your marriage and you have certainly honored it well~

    Happy,
    . . . Happy
    Anniversary dear hearts ♥ ♥

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  5. Happy Anniversary! This looks like an absolutely delightful place. So glad you got to enjoy some time there to relax and refresh!

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  6. Happy Anniversary! It sounds like you had a delightful time!

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  7. Wishing you and your sweet hubby the happiest of anniversaries, dear Linda. What a wonderful, thoughtful husband you have to think of such a romantic way to celebrate another important milestone!
    The cabin is so cozy and beautifully decorated and kept up.
    I'm glad you had such an enjoyable time. Blessings indeed :)

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