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Well we are going to waltz, quickly, around the gorgeous autumn in the Ozarks.  Randy and I had a very busy month, but we spent a good bit of time just soaking up the colors and vistas.  First up, we spent Randy’s fall break, from classes, at Big Cedar Lodge.  We had not been there since our “homeless” time last summer.  My sisters came to join us for two days!  We ate, we laughed, we hiked and we had a wonderful time.  I think the pictures will give you a sense of how lovely it was:

Big Cedar

Big Cedar

Our view!

Our view!

Awe inspiring

Awe inspiring

Fog on the lake

Fog on the lake

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Roses in October

We spent a day hiking around Dogwood Canyon.  There are over 10,000 acres in the park, but suffice it to say, we probably hiked less than that!  Again, the weather was ideal and the scenery was just mesmerizing.  We have been to Dogwood Canyon several times, but this October visit was perfect.

Dogwood Canyon

Dogwood Canyon

The Chapel

The Chapel

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So peaceful

Love this

Love this

Picture perfect

Picture perfect

The Willett "girls"

The Willett “girls”

The back of the chapel

The back of the chapel

Randy really was on this trip and I snapped a cute picture of him:

Randy and the pumpkins

Randy and the pumpkins

The pumpkin theme was also in evidence on the mantel of the office:

Mantel inspiration

Mantel inspiration

As October came to a close, we were able to get some great shots of Fayetteville.  Take a look:

Trees at the Walton Art Center

Trees at the Walton Art Center

Trees on the lawn at U of A

Trees on the lawn at U of A

Fayetteville

Fayetteville

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Looking east!

Old Main

Old Main

We also took a quick drive to Van Buren just for the heck of it.  I grabbed this shot from that trip:

Lake Fort Smith

Lake Fort Smith

I am ready to stay put for a bit.  We had so much fun this fall, but it is now time to get the studio up and running!

So, how was your October?  I hope it was glorious.

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4 Responses to October was busy and so gorgeous!

  1. Beth says:

    The fog on the lake is absolutely gorgeous!!!

  2. James says:

    Great blog and the pictures were outstanding. It looked like a good month of October for you.

  3. Emily says:

    Pretty places!

  4. catherine says:

    Hey Beth, James and Emily,
    Thanks for the comments!

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