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We had such a great time that we decided to return on the weekend. ┬áSo glad we did.. the good weather and fun wouldn’t stop:

 

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Zoe ‘modeling’ on a dune

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inside the barn

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upstairs the girls play with Barbies in the loft!

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blue crabs everywhere on the beach

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even Louie is relaxing into beach mode!

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We had a relaxing weekend with friends in Connecticut again, and had a chance to visit a chicken farm and collect eggs! I was surprised by how patient the chickens were around small kids, and not a single egg broken!

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I guess being from NYC I don’t get to see a lot of snow. In the last couple years there’s been a day here, a day there – when the snow falls deep enough to warrant suiting up in snow suits and finding a hill to sled on. So forgive me if I post more gratuitous shots of snow again. Snow blanketing everything – little mysterious paw prints in the snow (what animal walked through here last night?!), and using all that snow as an excuse to get Zoe an adorable hat.
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While in the Rochester area we checked out this farm for some autumn fun… because fall just isn’t FALL without some pumpkin picking and doughnut eating, am I right? There were a lot of play horses and things to ride on, a giant slide off of a mountain of hay, and don’t even get me started on the doughnuts (and warm cider!)
We loved it – although we could’ve done without Corny the Clown soaking us with his tractor hose in 40 degree rainy weather at the end of our visit. I now see where my fear of clowns comes from.

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Our barn had a big backyard to frolic in, with benches made of logs and ride-on toys strewn about. The kids loved playing with little animals on the windowsill, and I loved the overgrown ivy on the shuttered window in our loft bedroom. The nights were punctuated with s’more-making sessions and sweet sleepovers under mosquito nets. We will miss summer and the lobster, corn and tomatoes.



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