^My mom and Ben played a little frisbee across the river as we ‘hiked.’ Not pictured is the baby snapping turtle Ben rescued and carried most of the way up to the falls. Also not pictured is the time he let Maddie carry it and while attempting to jump from one slippery rock to another, she dropped him (into the water, he was fine).
^A little water break
When we got to the falls Ben and Nicole opted for the more treacherous assent to climb up behind them (this is really the first of a few falls and from their vantage point you can see the second and third falls towering above them). I stayed firmly on the ground.
^At this point we were all ready for a snack – these Taste of Nature bars are certified organic, gluten-free certified, and non-gmo with nothing artificial (they’re also under 200 calories).
Of the six flavors (Brazilian Nut Festival, California Almond Valley, Quebec Cranberry Carnival, Canadian Maple Forest, Himalayan Goji Summit, Persian Pomegranate Garden), the Canadian Maple Forest was my favorite but Dad was all about the Brazilian Nut Festival and Cranberry Carnival.
^These three are just best friends and it makes me so happy 🙂
^a little frisbee
^Frisbee is always more fun when you jump as you catch it 😉
^Some of us were more adventurous than others and braved the icy waters
Thanks Taste of Nature for the fun morning!
You can find your closest Taste of Nature retailer here.
(for my NH people, they carry them at A Market in Manchester and Natural Choice Market in Hookset)
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own, as always.