I have a friend who has gotten into ‘Van Life’ in a big way. I’ve been watching his progress and listening to his podcasts (which you can find Here) even though I have no interest in building out or traveling… Read More ›
Moxie and the Mouse
Fall in New England is when the thoughts of critters of the woods, normally happy with their woodland abode, turn toward winter. Winter means cold, snow and ice. “Why should we suffer when there is a lovely little warm house… Read More ›
“NONE SHALL PASS!”, and why Maryland needs a new flag
I have been put in charge of helping scan and update the old family photographs. I’ve really enjoyed seeing some of the truly old ones, the ones of relatives in big hats and fancy clothing we aren’t quite sure the… Read More ›
No worries November….
The wee cabin has been the subject of a few blog posts. This year is the latest we have been able to use the cabin, having installed a small heater that we run while we are gone. We have arrived… Read More ›
Free Train Ride, and I’m not even a Hobo!
The wool arts tour is always a lot of fun, this year my friend Mary Alice brought along her husband Jonas this. He was a very good sport, but it wasn’t until we were at one stop that he really… Read More ›
More Signs Fall is Coming
I enjoy living in the country, and I do especially enjoy living in New England in the Fall. I enjoyed finding signs that my favorite time of year is almost here. While one day living in a much warmer place… Read More ›
James Bond Car/Boat!
During the summer I never know what I will see when I am out on the lake. Lake Franklin Pierce is known as a “blue collar” lake, without the fancy homes seen on Lake Winnipesaukee. Still, it’s been interesting to… Read More ›
Dog Lake Patrol
Our dog Dingo only knows his own little world. He knows you can not mess with the cat (or the cat and humans will become angry) and he knows car rides can mean going to the cabin (HAPPY!) or going… Read More ›
I like squirrels, I get that they are just rats with fuzzy tails, but I even like the squirrels I have met with no tails. (Sometimes they lose parts of or even all of their tails). Where the cabin is,… Read More ›
Black Jungle, in Massachusetts
My daughter owns tarantulas. That’s a whole other blog. I’ve learned to love her almost weightless pets, that can pounce on a cricket faster than a football player on a loose football. Nom nom nom. One of my daughter’s favorite… Read More ›