My trip into the great outdoors

I natured yesterday.  I'm assuming  if adult can be used as a verb then so can nature.  I am gonna tell you the truth. I thought I was gonna die. I don't venture into nature very often. I like to look at it, from the window of something climate controlled.  Abbey had been asking  to visit Lockegee Rock which is a super popular spot for college kids. One reason I am sure is because it's harder than hell  to get to, so old people don't go.

My goal was to go and record the podcast on location, yeah I forgot the super popular part. We saw several groups of people. A guy taking pics with a camera I lusted after (camera not guy) another guy playing guitar for a girl, sorority girls in dresses and heeled boots. No idea how they made it up the rock in those outfits.

So the podcast didn't get recorded. Sorry about that. But I did get some pretty pictures that reminded me how lucky I am to live in one of the prettiest states ever. Even if it's full of some crazy people.

The trail was very deceptive. I thought It was going to be a piece of cake. I hadn't been there in about 20+ years. I totally forgot what I was getting myself in to.

Oh hey look at that.  I'm about to climb you. 

Please don't even ask me how I got up there.It wasn't pretty and possibly included some cussing.

Look how gorgeous!!

Oh I love you too alligator rock. I use to want someone to spray paint "I love you Holly" on an overpass or giant rock. It never happened.

Kentucky is absolutely gorgeous in Spring and Fall. Summer is hotter than the gates of hell and winter is so depressing, unless there is snow on the ground. There is something so sad about trees with no leaves.

I am afraid this will be the last nice day of fall (before all the leaves are gone) Its suppose to turn chilly this weekend. Just in time for Marching Band Regionals. Well now all I need is a trip to a pumpkin patch and some pics of me in boots drinking pumpkin spice anything and my basic bitch fall checklist will  be complete.

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