Thursday, January 8, 2009

So it's the New Year

Deer came to say good morning, taken from my back window.

And so far it's been a long winter. This is the time that we spend in the city and the winters get loooong. I do miss our log home when we're not there and this summer I'm hoping to get an Internet connection up there so it feels even more like home. I keep saying the more that log home gets complete the less time I'm going to want to spend in the city. I'm really getting to hate the city with all the crowds, noise and filth that comes with the big city. So while I'm hibernating this winter I'm thinking back of the great summer we had out in the country and it's time to reflect a bit about the last summer at our log home. Although there is still a lot of work to be done out there, that doesn't mean we don't have some fun and enjoy ourselves.

Bass the husband caught; we released him back into the water.

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