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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- 100% Backwoods Yooper
- Itching relentlessly
- Jagged ice fields of Lake Superior
- Sprinkling petals atop snow
- Where the heck ARE you, anyway?
- Battened down, eating sweet squash pie & not blogging much
- One bright magical shining leaf that was known as Camelot
- Wolf, waves, coyotes, rain, wine, goose, friends.
- The grandkittens grow up into grandcats
- Tea on deck; perfect autumn afternoon
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
Monthly Archives: February 2010
Forget what I said recently about preferring snowshoeing to cross-country skiing. Yesterday completely busted my previous opinion. “You’re making such a liar out of me,” I told Nancy as we skied along on flat, flat ground, our skis swooshing … Continue reading
Oh, the lessons life teaches us! One after another, the lessons arrive and teach us. This morning, Life kissed me on the cheek. And dissolved yet another pre-conceived idea, another pre-conceived prejudice. Here’s what happened: I sat on my friend Jan’s … Continue reading
I am amazed that so much kindness exists in the world. So much giving. So much opening the hands and heart…so much outpouring of love and friendship and joy into a world that sometimes seems too cruel, too violent, too … Continue reading
No, I did not go up in an airplane. No, these are not my photos. These aerial photographs come to you courtesy of Barry’s fishing buddy, Mike. Mike owns a small two-seater plane and he headed up into the friendly … Continue reading
It’s always exciting to find out. Will we go up the road on our walk…or down the road? When we decide to take a walk here in the Northwoods without snowshoes or skis in February, we have two choices. Up the road … Continue reading
You won’t see any blue herons in these photos. The Great Blue Heron is wintering in Central and South America, basking in some heat, wading in mangrove swamps, nibbling shrimp and crabs. However, each spring the majestic birds wing their … Continue reading