About Danielle Huddleston Photography:

I am a wife, homeschool mom, a hiker, and a photographer living in Oklahoma. I love beautiful light and being in the woods. I share what I love on this blog, be they trails, pictures, or homschooling curriculum. Thanks for stopping by!



  • Thanksgiving at Devil’s Den State Park ~Part 1

    yellowrock2 top 1sthike woods thesemenWe went camping for Thanksgiving at Devil’s Den State Park in Arkansas.

    It was wonderful and amazing.

    The first hike we did was Thanksgiving morning on the Yellow Rock trail.

    It goes up to a lookout and is about 3 miles.

    stove thanksgivingWe cooked some slices of ham on the little stove Nick made for lunch!

    So good!

    sawmill ears nest 2ndhike hike2fall break sawmill2 water crossingAfter lunch we hiked on the Fossil Flats Mountain bike trail.

    There are 3 different loops you can do. We took the Sawmill loop for part of it but crossed the river and took another trail back.

    pieI made two sweet potato pies to bring with us!

    So good!

    I eat the other food just to get to the pie…

    bridgeonly sunsetboys bridge watersunset2 sunsetwatching twobridges bridgesunset sunsetwaterThe boys and I went down to the river by the campground at sunset.

    That water was so perfect.

    I love the water in Arkansas so beautiful!

    cards cardshands nightCards and reading to end the day.

    I saw many other families out enjoying the day together.

    It was definitely an amazing way to spend a day about thankfulness.

    How did you spend Thanksgiving?

    Are you a pie junky like me?

    I bought two more pie crust’s but I am scared to do anything with them!

    I have no self control once something is in my house.

    I keep it out, that is the only self control I have…

    Great.

    Now I want pie.

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    2 Responses to “Thanksgiving at Devil’s Den State Park ~Part 1”

    1. Stephanie says:

      Mmmmm your sweet potato pie is the best!

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