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60 Degree November

November 29, 2011

Ok, it hasn’t actually been 60 degrees the whole month.  It really has been in the low to mid 5o’s with a FEW days in the 60’s.  Sunday was supposed to be the warmest…turns out it wasn’t.  No one complains when it is almost December and it has hardly rained and it’s not snowing yet.  We headed North with the expectation of warmth and a beach picnic.  It was still great despite the chill and with the picnic cut short, it gave us an excuse to swing by the Cape Ann Brewery.  As if we needed an excuse for beer tasting!

If you’re looking for a great outing with kids, this is the place.  Halibut Point State Park in Rockport is an old filled-in rock quarry.  It’s a beautiful geological walk with the views of granite and the ocean.  We can’t wait to take Asher back when he is older.  What boy doesn’t love climbing on rocks and piling them up?  For now, he seemed content enough to stay cuddled close in the Ergo.

Yep…there are a lot of rocks!

Obligatory self-portrait now includes 3! (Buddy is too short to fit in the shot)

There’s Buddy!

Christmas and Lobster Traps

Hanging with dad at the brewery

3 Comments leave one →
  1. amy permalink
    November 30, 2011 1:52 am

    love the family pics. Asher is getting so big already!

  2. November 30, 2011 3:46 pm

    Such great pictures!! Love that shot of the three of you that Tyson took with his long arm and the nice picture of you and Asher! Cute family! Miss you guys!

  3. November 30, 2011 4:05 pm

    Great pictures of your family! Seriously, you guys are all just too good looking. 😉 Love your sweater too!

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