West Texas weekend

Last weekend, as the ACL music fest was getting underway and the traffic around our neighborhood was gridlocked, we bolted town for my friend Christie’s wedding. I’m totally crowd-phobic so in my mind she couldn’t have chosen a better weekend.

Although, lets be real, I’m pretty camp-phobic too so this kind of getaway is out of the ordinary for us me. But it was such a fun, relaxing change of pace… it reminded me that we don’t always have to hop on a plane when we feel the itch to go somewhere.

 

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  1. I love these pictures – I grew up in Texas, and it always feels like home to me. Looks like it was a beautiful weekend!

  2. Francene
    10.16.2012

    Looks fabulous and very relaxing!! Want to hear about your Barcelona trip!!

  3. jeanine from loveandlemons.com
    10.16.2012

    Ha, I know, I’m kind of going backwards with the photo processing 🙂 Soon…

  4. Carrie from cucinadicarrie.wordpress.com
    10.16.2012

    I went to camp there! It’s a beautiful spot, glad you got to enjoy it. Makes me miss Texas 🙂

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com
      10.17.2012

      oh wow, really! So funny 🙂

  5. Kasey from turntablekitchen.com
    10.17.2012

    You look so pretty! This is a nice reminder for me at a time when my travel days are numbered…we’re heading away for the weekend (next weekend) and I think I was originally a little bummed that post-Sicily we missed our opportunity to go on a babymoon across state borders, but I think it’s true that there are so many cool places to check out within driving distance.

  6. What a nice setting for a wedding, I imagine the atmosphere, music, and surroundings were just as amazing as the pictures taken.

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