I guess Cabin Fever may not be the best title, more like the opposite of just that. I have been sitting back in LA, with the fan blowing directly on me as the temperature has been reaching mid-90s, observing my friends and family back home on the East Coast enjoying the cool, brisk, fall weather. I was jealous, sad, hot – I had to get out and find me a piece of fall. A heaven, somewhere where the foliage is prominent, the air is brisk and the view is perfection.
My little family (hubs, fur baby and I) packed our bags and set off for a weekend get away. Our destination was in Northern California at the cutest cabin that sat on the side of a mountain in Twain Harte, just an hour or so out from Yosemite National Park. We left on a Friday and got caught in terrible LA traffic due to unexpected mudslides which delayed us about 4 hours … but 9.5 hours later, we made it!
Our first day we decided to relax and explore the area. We did some souvenir shopping downtown, then ventured back to the cabin to explore the mountain up close with the four wheeler. We ended each night with the magnificent sunset views in the jacuzzi followed by endless hours of star gazing. I haven’t seen so many stars in the sky since I lived in Hawaii – it was so peaceful and relaxing with my little family by my side, I couldn’t be happier.
Wearing- Shirt Dress Button Down: Wayf; Jeans: Current Elliot (Old but similar here); Tank: Helmut Lang; Boots: Rag & Bone; Hat: Rag & Bone; Bag: Mulberry (old but new favorite here); Furbaby: Not for sale (sorry!)
Stay tuned for part 2 of our weekend adventure as I share one of my favorite, most memorable explorations … Yosemite National Park!