I loaded up my kids Saturday morning while Mike was at work, and we headed out for a Camp Hill walking house tour. One of the best decisions we made was to buy our little house during residency in this quaint part of Harrisburg, Camp Hill. It is full of charm with houses dating back before the Civil War. We are going to miss this place.
I am starting to realize how much.
My kids and I walked the streets of Camp Hill and took pictures to capture some of our favorite houses during the holidays.
This is on the top of my list of dream houses. I have always been in LOVE with it.
Is that wreath not PERFECT! The owner of the house above is an interior decorator. Most of her clients are in the DC area. I am determined to get a house tour before we move.:) I am in LOVE with her style and decor. I happened to see in one day while a blind was open. I spotted blue and white perfection. The house was originally built over a hundred years ago and has been fully renovated.
This picture above doesn't do this house justice. It has a huge L shaped wing attached with french doors, and pool.
The charming little bungalow just went of up for sale. I am obsessed with red front doors....especially at christmas time.
If only I could grant it a little TLC.:)
LOVING these berries lining the streets......
I am definitely going to have to copy this front door wreath. Loving the deer.
Just a few of many favorites.
After the our little Camp Hill walk we loaded up with Mike and headed to the Washington DC temple to see the lights and worship.
Mike went inside, while I roamed the grounds with the kids.
On the way home from the lights and the Temple we happened upon miraculously a Cafe Rio. Our home town favorite restaurant. It was 65 degrees in Washington DC Saturday evening. Between the Temple, Cafe Rio, and 65 degree weather as much as I am going to miss Camp Hill......it got me very excited for the Arizona.:)