We’ve been cruising around this little corner of North America in the last week - the Laurentides, Montreal, Vermont, and then back up again. It definitely feels like the end of the summer, with some cool (even wintery, by Austin standards) days, some rainy days, but plenty of hot and humid ones in between too.
S’mores and campfire evenings.
The s’mores crêpe will be a tradition from now on.
A rare family pic in front of a beautiful sunflower field in Brébeuf, on the day before we dropped Ryan off at the airport for a couple weeks of work. This shot took a lot of finagling and the kids are completely in the shadows, but it’s the four of us! together!!
Riding in Vermont with all the Rose Abbene girls on our annual pilgrimage to Morrisville. This was the first year the girls really played together (as opposed to side by side) and it was so wonderful to witness. There were a lot of sick princesses and doctor princesses helping them get better in Hadley’s bedroom.
"Crazy faces" according to Saskia and Hadley. Obviously.
Checking out the river after a little bike ride. We added a couple inuksuit to the collection.
Back in the city, we checked out the Oratoire St-Joseph, and enjoyed the beautiful view towards the Laurentides.
And just like that, it is the last day of August and in eight days Garneau will be two!