Lake Mornings

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Quiet mornings at the lake ❤

Hola!  Have been hitting the books on this overcast day.  Started my morning with a Moka walk (she’s a ween a mission).  Morning strolls are just the best though.  Fresh air the AM mmmmm.  Took the most picturesque morning walk last week in Whistler in the Lost Lake trails.  The water was so smooth and clear, reflecting the mountains and the sky perfectly on the lake.  So beautiful and serene in the early morning.  The beach and trails were empty, as well (perks of waking up early!).  Walked out to one of the docks and took in the epicness of the mountains around me.  Whistler will always be one of my fave little towns.  Soon enough we’ll be looking up those mountains covered in snow though haha!  I was even greeted by a pooch while I was chilling out there haha.   Recommend Lost Lake for anyone who wants a mellow stroll/run/bike ride through wooded trails passing rivers, pretty flowers, and of course mountains.  It gets busy during the day, especially the beach and dock as it’s super close to the village (about a 15 minute walk), so if you want more peace and quiet the AM is the way to go.  Time to get back to the books.  I week of studying to go…need to stay motivated!  Talk later babeskillets, Tita xx

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