My cousin Ashley called me on Saturday, which was very unexpected. She usually works Saturdays, but she switched with someone last minute and called me to go on an adventure! We ended up checking out this abandoned village, and then got kicked out after about 10-15 minutes. Luckily, there was a cute cafe nearby where this nice guy was playing an acoustic set. We were the only ones there, so he just pretty much played whatever we asked him to. I noticed that Britney Spears was on his list of songs, so I asked him to play that since I find acoustic covers of pop songs to be awesome.
There was also a state park nearby. I wish I went in the fall when all the leaves were colorful, but it was still nice and pretty. It'll have to be on my list for next year! There's picnic areas and a waterfall, too! When we drove by the waterfall, I could see people at the bottom of it, and one person was a sailor. He was dressed in the full-on sailor uniform with hat and all, which I thought was neat.
There's a part of the forest that must've caught fire somehow because all of the trees that were left behind are charred and burned. It's kinda eery and spooky, but it's also pretty cool. There is an overlook that has a fantastic view, and the trail to it goes right through this burned area.
|[This reminded me of Sauron]|
|Dress: Fervour via ModCloth//Sweater: H&M//Tights: George//Boots: Xhilaration//Belt: Forever 21|
Here's a gem from when I took pictures of Ashley...
Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and I'm excited! I will be making a cinnamon-streusel-topped pumpkin pie. I've never made pumpkin pie before, and this year I was designated to be the pumpkin pie maker at my aunt's. I haven't tried pumpkin pie in a very long time because when I had tried it, I didn't like it. I know, I know...how could I? I think it had to do with the texture. I'm hoping that I'll try it again and like it now that I'm older. Plus this pie has a streusel top, which is always a bonus. We shall see tomorrow! Have a great Thanksgiving, everybody! :)