Friday, September 29, 2017

camping at Harpeth Pass

This past weekend we tried out Hipcamp for the first time. Have y'all heard of this? It's like Airbnb for camping. We actually became Field Scouts soon after we first heard of Hipcamp. By the way, this is not an ad or sponsored post for them, just so happens to be our last trip! Anyway, we had a fun time. If you follow us on Instagram, you probably saw our stories about this trip. We didn't end up getting to stay the night because Casey had accidentally left her (Type 1) diabetes stuff at home. But since we were field scouting, we had to make sure we got good photos around the property, so we went home that night and came back before the sunrise! It was silly, but we still got the whole experience and got to spend some time in the woods.
There were beautiful wildflowers everywhere, so of course we had to make a bouquet. Flower arrangements aren't just for indoors!
We were so lucky to have the owners show us around their property in their jeep. At 120+ acres, we would've had to do a whole bunch of intense hiking to cover it all. At the top of their land is an overlook, and when the leaves start falling off the trees, you can see many hills in the background.
Their cabin is so beautiful and they built it themselves with vintage materials. If you ever stay at Harpeth Pass, you will get to check-in here and see how gorgeous the inside is.
We bought this outdoor rug at World Market and it was a game changer for camping in the grass and just for putting in front of the tent. It's nice to have a place to take your shoes off, wipe your feet on, or just hang out on. Plus it's cute.
At this very moment Casey was remembering that she didn't remember how to set up Solitaire. And then I also couldn't remember, haha.
Accidentally caught this bee on the thistle!
The fog in the morning was so worth getting up so early for!
After we packed up, we drove into Franklin and ate breakfast at a cute little restaurant. It was a fun little trip and we hope to make it back out there when the leaves change a little. If you are interested in camping in unusual places, you should definitely check out Hipcamp. So far we've been to three different camp sites and they have all been so different! I will say that it is definitely for the more adventurous travelers :) 

xo, Savannah

1 comment

  1. this is the prettiest! I always love getting out in nature and away from the city, it grounds me like nothing else

    xo, paige
    www.paigesofnothing.com

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