Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Walking Down an Abandoned Road

Abandoned Road

Abandoned Road

Here are a few quick pictures that I snapped before we got a deluge of snow. Yesterday we got about a foot and over the next few days we're supposed to get between 3-5 feet. The skiing today was awesome, so much powder! I'm really excited to get a ton more skiing days in; I feel like every day I improve so much.

Abandoned Road

I really need to get myself some snow tires. I had a little bit of a scary time on the way to our employee holiday party and spun out on the road twice. Both times I was only going 20mph! The party was so much fun and I won the cookie baking contest. I baked these chocolate pecan turtle cookies if you're interested in trying out the winning recipe.

Abandoned Road

Thanks for all of your comments about dressing for snow. I'm definitely going to be trying some of your tips out, especially doubling up on my tights.
Boots, Dress, Coat: Thrifted
Fisherman Sweater: Topshop

Abandoned Road

This road is so beautiful. I think it still gets used because it was plowed on the day I passed it. I'm pretty sure it is a forest service road because it doesn't seem to lead anywhere but deep into the woods. I'm excited to take lots more walks down it, especially if they keep it plowed.

Abandoned Road
Do you have any secret places that you always like to return to?


Tiffany said...

That is such a beautiful scenery. I can't imagine how amazing it would be to constantly be surrounded by a winter wonderland. So pretty. I absolutely love your coat it looks so warm and cozy. Perfect for winter! :)

Jasmine, Transient Withdrawal said...

Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!!! I can't even imagine being surrounded by so much snow! When I went to NY back in February--I doubled up on tights and cardigans. Scarves are pretty handy too :)

SWEATshirtDRESSshirt said...

i love your outfit, and scenery in these pictures! the snow is a nice touch to your winter ensemble. :)

SWEATshirt DRESSshirt

Shallow Mallow said...

Awesome :) Love your outfit and this beautiful place.

I'll be returning to some old haunts this Christmas - I am so stoked

Enjoy the powder snow! :D

Ilaria, Il filo di perle *vintage* said...

great photos!!!!

Danielle said...

These photos are so gorgeous! Love the scenery and your outfit! Forget doubling up on tights, at the moment I have about 4 pairs of tights on! ;D
Love your blog, I am now a follower!

Kelly said...

What beautiful photos! I love your secret place. :) You look great all bundled up - stay warm!

Beatrice said...

this place looks so magical! love your coat ^,^

Amber Blue Bird said...

what a pretty location, it looks like a dream. You look very cute in your snuggly clothes.

Miranda said...

I really love this outfit
and thermo tights/leggings are the best <3

Lynzy said...

Your outfit is so adorable amongst all of the snow!! :)

xo Lynzy

kate maggie said...

eeep! the scenery in these photographs is so dreamy. I love it..and I love your coat! You look so cozy. Your blog is amazing lady! Glad I stopped by :) said...

I can't believe you moved!!! I just flew into JFK last night and I was thinking of what a terrible book club member I am, and how beautiful your post on the red shoes was and I was thinking, gosh I hope I get to see Lucy in New York only to find out that you are now a ski instructor in Tahoe! I went on many a ski trips to Tahoe when I was at Stanford and I was always that lameo who stayed in the hottub the whole time because I was too afraid to ski!

xx Jenny

Raquel said...

Love your layering here! Gorgeous!

upatreecupatea said...

love these photos! so beautiful :)

Kristin, Golden Hearts Loves Vintage said...

you are looking sensational. i love your dress and coat. wowwy its looking really cold where you are.

Tess S. said...

Your photos are so scenic and gorgeous.. they look like they're straight out of a magazine. Your blog is beautiful. Needless to say I am following!!

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