Burning Wood For Winter Heat

I’ve changed some things to make burning firewood easier this year. Last year my wood was stacked and covered with blue, plastic tarps. I had to trudge through the snow to the stacks of snow covered wood, brush it off and dig it out, then haul it in through the back sliding door to the […]

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My New Wood Shed

All of us who burn wood over the winter months to keep the high cost of heating oil at a minimum, must begin gathering and stacking it long before the snow flies. This winter my wood will be stored in my new wood shed. For me, fire wood is gathered during the summer when my […]

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winter snow at lake

Catching the Winter Sunrise

Some of the most beautiful moments of my days happened when sitting at the bus stop early in the morning on winter days. To enjoy seeing the sun coming up, I’d have to leave the house where too many trees kept me from seeing anything except a glimpse of orange far off. But at the […]

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Don’t You Just Love the Snow?

Every time I mention that I moved to the north FROM Florida, people give me an incredulous look. You did what? Well, it wouldn’t help to try to explain my reasons – Florida is paradise in their eyes. So I just let them think there is something wrong with my way of thinking. Back in […]

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From Our Farm to Yours – A Christmas Greeting

I was recently notified that I had sold 200 of this particular Christmas card and it brought back memories of how I captured this photo of the red barn. I probably took quite a few shots, but chose this one as the best and I do like the way the hanging branches and tall, dead […]

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