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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- Miracle of an October walk beside the Slate River
- Is life looking up…or down?
- Mums for my mom
- What I have learned during the pandemic
- Let the photos do the talking
- Forest teaching about Intent and coming from love versus division
- The sh*t phone is history.
- Snake fear and love
- Flute tree, rain web, road of life
- What I really want to say…
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
The times folks have paused along Lake Superior Spirit's shores since 2010
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Tag Archives: history
As some of you may know my dad died on January 11th. Exactly three months ago today. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer that had invaded his bones and I wrote this love-letter blog back in 2013 after learning his … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlefolk, thank you for coming to Mackinac Island! Please step up on the carriage, careful now, there you go, have a seat. Let’s start our tour, shall we? First, let me introduce you to the horses pulling this … Continue reading
Let’s return to the scene of our Saturday afternoon drive. You want to linger in Calumet a while longer, don’t you? Time to peek in our historical books and get on board the tour bus. (Not that there are real … Continue reading
(Silent blogger’s note: Please give a warm, warm, super-warm welcome to our guest blogger, Suzi Banks Baum. And do stop by to visit her blog Laundry Line Divine!) North I am a northern girl. This has nothing much to do … Continue reading
OK, photography and history buffs, get on the mark! You’re being challenged by Scott Thomas over at Views Infinitum with Assignment 13: Hometown History. (Click on the link to see what it’s all about. Hint: assignment due next Wednesday, May … Continue reading
I like the concept of “eating local”. How many of you read the book “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle” by Barbara Kingsolver? Show of hands, please! How many of you then wanted to live an entire year eating only food produced in … Continue reading