Saying Goodbye ~Tuesday Tidbits #95

Good morning friends… it’s 43 degrees outside. The coffee is brewing, the candle is lit and the sun is coming up. I am sharing a hygge moment with you… don’t you think? Here it is on video.

A lovely sunrise this morning…

When the soybean fields start to turn yellow and the trees start to show some color I know it’s time for us to say goodbye to our LakeHouse and get ready to go back to our home in AZ.

Oh, just hold on a minute… there’s still lots to enjoy here before we head west.

Poke berries! A lovely sight especially for the birds!

Just take a ride on a back country road and there you will see… glimpses of Purple Wild Aster blooming in the fields of Goldenrod.

And migratory ducks enjoy stopping by the lake for a rest.


The day after I took this picture of this house on Lakeside… she changed her flag to a pumpkin instead of the sun.

Speaking of Lakeside… another road post has been painted. If you missed my blog writings on this Lakeside Event you can read all about it here.

Isn’t this gorgeous!

I like how this artist incorporated the Street names onto the post.

It was kind of cute to find some sunflowers growing almost directly across the street from the newly painted post.

A short walk up from Lakeside this truck can be seen often…

…an edited version…

There is still some time for a few more visits to our local watering holes…

What’s nice for us is… not many patrons are here due to the 25% capacity. It’s nice for us but not so great for the restaurant. However, TakeOut has become extremely popular for many of these places.

And there’s always Sunset Grill to watch a sunset, be outdoors and partake in an adult beverage as well.

The garage door opening framed this picture nicely.

Saying Goodbye will be hard. We will miss friends and family that are close by …but what a lovely summer it has been to be here by the lake.

Thank you for all your visits this summer!

44 thoughts on “Saying Goodbye ~Tuesday Tidbits #95

  1. Nancy, I have so enjoyed visiting all summer with you at your lake house. What a truly beautiful post today…wild asters mixed with goldenrods, the cute sunflower post, the beautiful sunrise, the fun red truck, and the lovely hygge moment.

    Safe travels back to Arizona, sweet friend! ♥️

  2. Good morning, Nancy! I have so loved reading about your summer in Pennsylvania. It looks like such a beautiful place. I can’t believe how fast the summer has gone by. Take care, and safe travels, sweet friend!

    1. Thank you so much Shannon!
      We are so blessed to be able to do this.
      And before you know it… we will be back for the Holidays.
      Happy Tuesday lovely Shannon!

  3. I think you have the best of both worlds, a lake house for summer and Arizona for winter. Both places have spectacular things to photograph! I need to head out right now to catch those soybean fields yellowing. I love when they’re yellow up against an old barn. Last year (or was it the year before?) I got out too late and the fields were all brown. The barns were still pretty though! Please be safe on your travels back to Arizona!

    1. Oh Dawn… they are a pretty yellow right now. Get out there real quick. 😊
      And yes we have the best of both worlds for sure. We are truly blessed and Thank God everyday for our blessings.
      Take good care my friend.

  4. OMG 😂 for a minute I thought you were saying goodbye to blogging (be still my beating heart). I know you love your time at the lake house, but I’m thinking of your other, equally lovely home – and next week’s Tidbits.

  5. I can’t imagine anything more wonderful than having a summer house on a lake. That corner of PA is just lovely. Glad to hear that you’re back in a warmer clime and ready to settle in.

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