Especially nice early in the morning and as soon as the sun sets in the evening. The girls are riding a tractor or tricycle over it with great joy. Robin has found herself a little cubicle to work on. Inside the wood stove is going; just to take the chill off the day. Breads, chocolate wreaths, banana breads, cakes and braided raisin breads roll out of the oven on a regular basis. It's certainly more involved, having to do everything by hand, without electricity. Sweetened beverages may be subject to sweetened beverage tax recovery fee in certain locations.
With a sled we walk into the woods, over the inches thick moss paths. Now and again a flurry of leaves descends from the sky. We dug a deep hole in the ground for an outdoor refridgerator.
The lower branches of the tall spruce trees are great for that. The wind makes the leaves quiver on their branches.
Now most of the dust is settling, we'll try to update it soon and keep you posted of the first signs of winter and beyond. Go a little further and you're in the dining/play area.
To them we hook a couple of converters into which we can plug in.
Still, a jacket is nice on the way to the outhouse.
Cheyenne and Jasmine are already masters at pedaling. If you have them laying around and haven't quite figured out what to do with them...
We anticipate that work will be active in many of these areas simultaneously.
We are currently in detailed planning efforts to determine the extent and duration of the impacts to each of these parking lots.
We can always use more craft supplies and (old) workbooks. Thursday, September 2, 2010 A Pedouin Life on the frontier. The days are still beautiful; warm and sunny with an afternoon shower.
The crayons, markers, workbooks, sticky tape and stapler are in high demand. They're soaking up the new material and are engrossed in the books on the shelves.
We're hoping to experience some real sled dogs this winter.