The second reason was bugs. I HATE bugs. Any kind of bugs but especially spiders. I have always had a horrible fear of spiders and this cabin had a plethora of them. The big fat ones stayed outside on the patio and porch but the daddy long legs made their way into our bedroom and bathroom... YUCK!
|Even though the spiders are creepy they make beautiful webs. This was out on the back porch of the cabin. I used my super zoom so I didn't have to get close.|
|You can see Mr. Spider in this one. I tried to get a better shot but he was too fast. He gave me major goosebumps.|
|The dew that morning made the webs sparkle like rhinestones.|
Now some of you die hard nature people may laugh at this because to me I felt as though I was "roughing it" but honestly I stayed in a two story cabin with three bedrooms two baths on a lake. We had a full kitchen, a TV and wireless internet. At one point everyone was on their computers or iPads.
Luke made a good point as we drove home on Tuesday, he said "wow, cabins are a lot of work." I'm so happy he said that because at one point in the past few months he had thrown out the idea of getting a cabin with another friend of ours. Of course I shot that idea down ASAP!
There were some beautiful things.
|Full moon from our cabin the first night we were there.|
|Cute horse swing made out of a tire in someone's yard.|