Some weeks are just harder then others. More things to do, more deadlines, more traffic, really just more of everything.
Knowing that the weekend was just around the corner and the pups and I were headed up to the mountain was the only thing that kept me going.
Friday finally came along and I packed up the Jeep, grabbed the dogs and took off. To arrive 2 hours later, more traffic, so much traffic.
Getting to the tiny cabin was a relief. We arrived right as the sun was setting. The perfect time to take a breath, and leave the week behind. The tiny cabin itself was adorable. The perfect size for the three of us. With cute little touches like a red refrigerator and a box to keep to keep your cell phone to really experience detaching for the night.
But the best thing about the cabin was the full wall window right wear the bed cove was built. It made it feel like you were outside, but surrounded by all the comforts of being inside including temperature control and queen size bed made for reading and watching the family of deer frolic outside the window (much to the pups dismay).
It was nice to have a little kitchen inside with a two burner stove. And dog bowls under the sink. Perfect for cooking up a meal for the three of us. Trust me the dogs enjoyed some turkey dogs that night.
Outside there was a firepit, since it was just me we stayed inside and did not take advantage a fire, but we did take advantage of the walking trail that satisfied our needs for leaf cronching and mountain views.
Overall, it was a perfect little escape from a stressful week. And I cant wait to visit another Getaway House in the future.