We are visiting the Mohonk Mountain House for Christmas this year. Not a white Christmas by a long shot – unless you think of all that lack of visibility as white. It’s nearly 50 and rainy. Nevertheless, we had a lovely walk along the trails.
This past week has been gorgeous, perfect early fall weather. The leaves have begun to turn, and even appear to be peak on some hillsides. Or maybe just our yard. Other hillsides are still quite green. The variety is amazing. Our friend Kate was visiting and just gawked at all the beauty in every direction. […]
Bev’s garden is a work of art. Each year it is a combination of new and old plants plus garden creatures, rocks, birdbaths and Chippy. This year she took particular care with the garden since she was invited to be part of the PAST Garden Tour. There were many trips to Agway, Ma’s Flowers, Nanticoke […]
When I got back home today, after the farmers’ market, I was listening for the mower. Bill was taking advantage of this beautiful day to enhance the paths he’s been creating through our fields. No mowing sounds – not good news. I started looking for where he might be, following the mowed areas around the back […]
A bit after 7am this morning, I received email and a phone call – a Golden Eagle was captured in Andes. After several days of attempting to capture one, finally success. By 8:30am I was at the specified location watching the wonderful group who made this happen. We spent 4+ hours watching as Scott Van […]
It is definitely winter here in Franklin NY. We got 10″ of snow on Saturday and Sunday. Fortunately, it didn’t come down too heavily until after the Holiday Market and Christmas Stroll in the Village. The cats were really annoyed until we shoveled paths so they could get out and sniff what’s going on around […]
We enjoyed fireworks at Epcot last night with Holly & Brad, Warren & Carol after hearing the processional with guest Gary Sinise.
On Monday September 23rd, Anchorage had it’s first snow of the season, very likely for our benefit. They call it “termination dust” — signaling the end of summer.