Well now.... where have I been again?
|On top of Frye Mountain.....|
|To watch the moon come up.....|
|and the lichens grow on the rocks.|
|and then back over this bridge.....|
|There are some funny folk out there on the highways....|
|been riding (and I use the term loosely) me pony.|
(we realized after a while that the camera was in Fish Eye mode...his legs aren't really that short.)
|Notice how we make the tiny horse carry the big saddle bags...|
|What do you mean I can't park my pony here?|
|Cricket has been pressed into service as child's play thing. |
Were not sure who more unsure, they seem to be eyeing each other....
|and I've been in my 1/2 finished green house.... roof, benches, no walls.|
|Lookin pretty good though, despite it's excesssive ventilation.|
|and we've been back to Maine, in the rain on a plane. |
No, not really ~ just checking to see if you're paying attention.... we drove with a plan, in the van.
|and we stopped at farm..... with animals.... for ice cream.|
They had horses....
|and wee pigglies, who smile in their sleep.|
|and curious sheep.|
|and a baby cow.|
|This is the farm.|
|and the ice cream is served from a train. |
(which I did in fact fail to capture on film, so please use your vivid imaginations....)
|and the we came back again.... and the moon rose up....|
|and the camera is on the fish eye setting again, because it would seem it amuses me.|
|Woah! What happened to the kitchen?? It got all bendy....|
Meanwhile... back at the farm...
|Hubby found this glass bottle in the wall of the old farm house.|
It says A S Hinds, who apparently made face lotion, who knew.
I am pleased to know that our forefarmers had lovely and supple skin.
|yes, more treasures pulled from the rubble... |
I can't help it ~ I love them. Little snippets come cascading from the ceiling like messages from the past.
|Hard working boots...|
|Whilst it was raining, I took advantage of the time and put my dishes away again.|
|As you can see, it's no easy task to pick up a house.....|
Taking suggestions for what to put into a book...
A sketch book type thing?
Twelve months of art and quips and quotes?
I don't know ~ but it seems like a good idea.
But, then again, so does putting something in my Etsy store. *giggle*