Sunday, October 9, 2011

Julian, CA Gold Mines and Mountains


























Allison the Meep said...

That looks like such a beautiful place! I always wanted to visit there when I lived in L.A. (mostly because of having a kid named Julian) but never did.

Elisabeth said...

Looks like it was a fantastic day. Memories are made of this.

Elizabeth said...

I love Julian -- wish I could get down there soon for apple-picking.

I loved the photo of the little green shed -- wish I could get that and live by myself for a while!

And I love the photos of little Ever and her toothy grin! She's getting so big and looks like such a joyful baby girl --

RottenMom said...

Beautiful beautiful beautiful family you have there. Both inside and out. You are so blessed. XO

CitricSugar said...

Looks like a fun trip!

Juniper said...

What a good looking get away! Must admit loving that toothy smile of Evers too, many happy sunny faces there.

Varda said...

So beautiful - & a reminder to go outside and just be. I've been holed up in the apartment all day, spinning my wheels, getting very little done and yet being crabby with the children.

Angela [Simply Simple Me] said...

What great pictures. And Octoberfest?!?! That sounds like the place for me!!

Caroline said...

LOVE.

Looks like such a gorgeous day. What a fun trip! I need to plan something like this with my little crew. This inspires me.

xo

Sara Szatmary said...

Great photos! It looks like an awesome time.

Ms. Moon said...

Not a great choice of a song, was it! Oh, Maggie. Your family is amazing.

Barrie said...

What a very fun day! I love that area!! Cute family, too. :)

silverfinofhope said...

I have a real obsession with old gold mines and their ghost societies. Thanks for taking us with you.

rebecca said...

what a rad place! what a sweet family.

FrankandMary said...

Half of this had me saying awwwww I wish I had children.
The other half had me sayin..thank goodness I don't have children(j/k).~Mary

Middle Child said...

Looks so good - the landscape looks like parts of Australia - in the bush - apart from pine trees - we would have Gum trees instead...

Annie said...

Great pictures! I love the sunlight and the time of day! Mr. Curry looks like a boy in his photo!

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