Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Camping Photo Ops

After seeing some of these pics from our camping trip, I'm more aware than ever of how badly I need a tan. Like really badly.
This is the six of us after arriving to the top of Fall Creek Falls.
Jason and I trying to be one with nature. I'm sure Matt was being gracious making this black & white so I'm not glowing off the trees.
Matt & Amy over Cane Creek Falls.Is it a little obvious that Ben is a photographer?
Here's a shot of the falls from a cliff up top.
Jason and I got a couple pictures together from that edge above the falls.
Here's the view of the falls before it goes over the edge - it was so gorgeous!
Matt & Jason before Jason took the plunge into the ice cold water!
Ben & Alicia lookin all cute.
Jason and I made breakfast the first morning we were camping by cooking up some french toast, scrambled eggs, bacon and banana bread. Here's Matt helping cook up the bacon over the fire.
Jason took this picture of the leaves on our hike. Fall is my favorite season of the year and its so beautiful here in Tennessee with all the trees turning.

There's a ton more pictures that everyone took, and I actually didn't take a whole lot myself because my camera is nowhere as good as Ben & Matt's, so as we get more, I might put some more up.

But I did catch this shot on our way back home that was just too priceless. Jason and I were filling up my car at a gas station in Nolensville, when I kid you not we saw these two elderly TWIN men purchasing a 24 pack of Bud Light and carrying it across the parking lot. It was seriously the cutest thing ever!!


Katrina Hope said...

wow- two elderly twin men, dressed alike, carrying the bud together?? Weird.

Rachel Sarah said...

The last pic is seriously cute... but I love the pictures of you and Jason above the falls. Looks like you had a great time.

Melanie said...

SO FUN!! I'm glad you guys had so much fun...can't wait to hear more about it! :)

Camille said...

Ha! Those old men are funny!

And I'm glad you had fun and didn't get eaten by any bears. Looks pretty there!

Camille said...

I did get your comment about the feature I'm using on my blog. I'm assuming you're talking about the pictures of the maps of my readers. I use a web tracker from statcounter.com. I will email you all about it (after this crazy wedding week is over), but for now you could look it over and see what you think. It's pretty self-explanatory.

Actually, PK set it up for me, so I don't know how hard that part was. But using it is easy.