Cabin Fever

This past weekend Martin & I traveled up to Boone North Carolina and stayed in a 120 year old cabin! It was definitely a needed vacation for the both of us, good quality time together and sweet memories shared. We had about 50 acres of land behind us where we could roam at our leisure, we also had cows and other animals on the property. We made friends with the neighbors 3 dogs; Oscar, Riley, and Oreo. SO CUTE. Martin & I did a lot of venturing around Boone, spent one day walking and shopping the streets of downtown, spent time at the Original Mast General Store that has been there since the 1820s, went on a beautiful hike, ate tons of yummy food, and rode on the Parkway.

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original mast

➣We spent hours in Mast General. From the candy to the clothes…and they even had a working post office inside, one of the coolest things!

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➣We hiked at Elk Knob State Park & were literally on top of the world. The views were amazing, and it was such a beautiful day for a hike. The photo of the house with the little red door is Blowing Rock. We didn’t go out on the rock because we both wanted to wait until the trees and scenery were a tad bit greener but it was definitely cool to visit the landmark! We will be back in the summertime.

Check out some more photos from our trip!

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IMG_1742 ➣ Bandanas BBQ in Boone

*All the photos are mine & were taken by me.

If you guys would like to know the name of the place we stayed, feel free to message me! Enjoy the photos & go visit Boone NC.

XOXO

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