Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Well, here it is, the garage roof replacement project has begun. I’ve waited for this one, to be over of course, it has been a long, long time coming. The garage roof leaked when we bought Mist Cottage in 2010, and the situation has worsened year by year, the smell of… Continue reading A Couple of Days
Last weekend we visited the little house in the city. It was a beautiful drive, as light lingered through the evening. Attila and I worked on the yard, mowing the lawn, and tending the garden. We lost one tomato plant, and one hot pepper plant, but the rest are maintaining their health. They have not… Continue reading Pie Social
On the weekend, Harriet and Ariel cut the grass at Granny and Grandpa’s house. It is a big job! They cut a path to the outhouse, just for me! Harriet has a magnificent heavy-duty, self-propelling lawn mower, which makes the job viable, just. I could not manage the job with the bottom-of-the-line, wobbly little push… Continue reading Path to the Outhouse
The driveway at the camp is partially in! We were able to park at our camp, for the very first time. That is the good news. The less exciting news is that the driveway will cost almost twice as much as originally anticipated. Sounds wrong, we know, but the estimate was given before the township… Continue reading Insect Repellent Clothing
This morning I sat contentedly on the sofa, and thought about turkey basters. Funny, the things you think of. It is a high pitched drone, near my head, that inspires such thoughts. What I wonder is: if I squeezed the air out of the bulb of a turkey baster, and then aimed the nozzle at… Continue reading What about a turkey baster?