Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Over the River and Through the Woods


As the holiday season has officially arrived, my hubby Chuck and I will be making a call on Grandma (my Mom), and my sister Peg way up north in the upper part of Michigan. We have never made a trip to Grand Marais in the winter time. It will certainly be a major challenge if we are bombed with a huge snowfall.

I've wrapped a pile of gifts, packed my suitcase with art supplies, and began jamming clothes in another. We will probably be gone about 10 days. I can hardly wait to see their Christmas tree! Our ETA will probably be this Friday afternoon.

We love to watch movies when we get up there. Did you know that there is another Red Riding Hood movie lurking on the horizon? This flic was directed by the first Twilight director, Catherine Hardwick. It looks like the big bad wolf is doing his number disguising himself as Valerie's (Amanda Seyfield) boyfriend (Shiloh Fernandez), but really is a werewolf! The scenery looks absolutely gorgeous. Something to sink my teeth into this coming March in 2011. Ha! Ha!

I am going to be "back in business" on December 20th. I really want to show you photos this time of Michigan's beautiful winter scenery. It is like walking into the movie Dr. Zhivago.

(Remember to pause my music if you wish to view this trailer).


Hopefully, I can post some photos along the way. Have fun enjoying this special time of year.

Nancy

5 comments:

paru's_circle said...

have a lovely time, Nancy!

Terri Kahrs said...

Enjoy and be safe!!! Have a lot of laughs and make happy new memories!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Home and Heart said...

Ooo! I can hardly wait for the movie!!

~JANN ~ said...

HAVE A SUPER GREAT TRIP NANCY, sounds like such fun and marvelous to spend time with your sister.
The red riding hood movie sounds interesting, hope I can catch it.
Merry Christmas & Safe Traveling
xoxo

Her Art Nest said...

Hi all, It took about seven hours to arrive here....whew! The snow held up until 10 miles from our destination. We've been held up in the house since Friday night, but we needed time to catch up, enjoy having big laughs, and to open a few special Christmas gifts. I've been knitting some last minute gifts, and watching some traditional movie requirements. Fa la la la la. Talk as soon as can get out to take some photos. Nancy