When I was a very little girl, I found a bunch of beautiful beach stones and brought them home. Read more “Abstracts in Ice”
The renovations are still being finished up. A few little details before I can get an occupancy permit and before I can take the final ‘finished’ photos and make a second post with the last months of reno adventures.
In the mean time, I am going to try to return to a semi-regular posting schedule. Read more “Returning”
You may have noticed that I haven’t posted in a long time.
I’ve been caught up in a big project here at home.
Partnered with the Endeavour Centre‘s Sustainable Building Course, I am renovating a concrete out building attached to my house.
It’s a 20 year dream come true.
Check it out.
And here are some links that you might find useful about some of the materials.
I’ll put up another set of photos when it’s all done.
And there will be a final open house on September 26 in the evening if you’re interested in checking it out in person.
When it’s all done, I hope to get back to my regularly scheduled photo posts.
I spent last weekend camping with friends in Port Burwell Provincial Park. On the way home I had to stop by the beach to say hello to mom. Read more “Port Burwell (and one for Coleville)”
Spring has finally arrived. Read more “Early Spring Sunsets”
I’m still formulating my “suburbia” project. Read more “Suburban Drive”
I said last week that the unusual February thaw wouldn’t last. Read more “March Snow”
I heard we might have been in for more snow so I wanted to get a few snaps of the countryside in this unusual February thaw. Read more “February Thaw”
Everyone was astounded by the fog this week. It was so thick I couldn’t see more than two streetlights down from my house. Read more “Fog”
I went out this week to see if I could see the Northern Lights that were possibly going to occur. (The colour in the sky close to the ground above is from city lights and parking lots in Lakefield, Young’s Point and Burleigh Falls.) Read more “So Many Stars”