My window by the computer is large and sunny in the afternoons. It lets me keep an eye on the antics of the goats and sheep and watch how fast the water is running down the stream to the Bay. In true New England fashion over the past week I’ve alternated between peeling off layers because the sun was so warm, to watching the snow fall in heavy flakes worthy of a snow… Read More
Fog over Sears Island by Peter Freeman…a gift in my mailbox this morning
Wow…August was a cheerful blur, September was as bountiful as it was colorful and October slipped in while I was daydreaming at the beach. I apologize for how long it has been since the last posting…and promise more in the week to come…lots of pictures and catching up. In the meantime, this was the view from site 14 this morning.
Fiber College has been the focus of the past weeks…and then it took a week to get rested enough to want to look at the computer…but I’m feeling great again so… This morning Steve needed to be on Sears Island to monitor the clam flats at 6:00AM…(it was a really low tide this morning) and I tagged along for a bit of a hike. We had 950 acres all to ourselves and… Read More