Today, a new guest told me that he loves reading this blog. I told him that since I rarely left the property, I didn’t feel I had anything more to contribute. But for all of you who are not following us on facebook, I could tell you about happenings in the area and news from the Wayfarer anyway. Let me know in the comments if you are interested in anything in particular.
Starting today, I will continue and see where that takes me.
I found and posted a picture of an oil painting of a stretch of M-22 around Crystal Lake, by David Westerfield to our facebook page. You should see it too
Forever on the hunt for a new nursery since we don’t have Putney’s in Arcadia anymore where we were spoiled with great customer service; yesterday Dorothy, my mother in law, and I went to Greystone Nursery just south of Empire. I hadn’t been there in years. Actually I thought it had closed a long time ago. They only moved across M-22 to a really great location. We brought home some beautiful plants.
I just loved that gardener. She walked around without shoes (ouch my feet)
I looked out my bathroom window this morning and could not believe my eyes. It had snowed A LOT last night. And now the sun is shining brightly, the sky is this amazing, cold, blue color that let’s you know that it is winter
The first couple of pictures were taken out the upstairs window…( I know, through the screen. It’s freezing cold, I can’t open the window and take out the screen)
See on top of the cans? From nothing at all yesterday afternoon to this:
By our recycling station – looking out to M-22
The “Madonna tree” in front of cottages 2 and 3. This tree got it’s name from a dear friend and guest from Delaware. Next time you are here, look at it’s trunk and you will see why.
Cottages 8 and 9