We Ran Away

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchard

We Ran Away | InAnOrchardWe ran away together.  To the sleepy little town of Mendocino which is happily situated between the towering coastal Redwood forests and the rocky shoreline of the Pacific Ocean.  It is a town full of Inns, weathered water towers, tiny shops, paths lined with dark Cyprus trees, and one small cemetery with tilting headstones that looks so lovely in the last of the evening light.

We ate leisurely breakfasts, attempted to sleep in (which neither of us is very good at these days), walked under Redwoods next to winding creeks, read library books, stayed up late eating chocolate covered pretzels and watching movies, took so many pictures, wandered around the Mendocino headlands, and three days later came home to our 4 favorite little people.

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