Tuesday, May 8, 2012
My kayak has been laying around near the waters edge, just waiting to get wet other than from rain, but it's been just a tad bit too cool to get out there comfortably w/out a wetsuit. I'm hoping the weather becomes more like summer pretty soon, or like this past March, when we had 80 degrees! These rainy, grey days have not gone to waste as I have been finishing up my organizing of the new digs and making the place look like home. It's been fun unearthing treasures I've had wrapped and boxed since I moved back in January of '11 and never unpacked in the Chatham house since I was only renting and that house was for sale. I never knew when I was going to get evicted if it sold, so I didn't get as comfortable as I would have liked had it been my 'home' home.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Saturday, June 18, 2011
I normally don't do a lot of sewing on beautiful sunny, summer days, but if it's cloudy with even a chance of rain, I'm sewing!!
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Dogs are so funny-they never check the temperature of the water before they dive right in, and Brinkley is no exception. Lake Superior is cold right now, and may stay that way for quite some time since we haven't had tropical temps to warm things up. Ok, 'tropical' is probably a misleading term when referring to UP summers!
Saturday, January 29, 2011
My sister, Ginny, asked to see photos of the house I'm renting in Chatham, which is 17 miles from my job in Munising. Actually, a few people have asked to see photos of my new digs, so here they are. Mind you, this house is for sale and I'm not advertising it, really! I so don't want to move again, but if the house does sell, I'll certainly have to move. I like this house and who knows, maybe I'll buy it!!
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Well, I will have to change the name of my blog since sometime in the next few weeks I will be moving from the Keweenaw to Alger County, home of the Pictured Rocks! I'll be living in Chatham, a really huge metropolis with a large population. Not really. It's about 2 blocks long and one block wide, but there is a restaurant, store and a post office!!! Winter is not the time to move, but that's what happens when one must earn a living. See you on the mainland!