This is the post where I share glimpses we want to remember, things which may not make an entire blog post on their own. LOL
We still have enough dead trees on our place to keep us in winter wood. New this year is this wood splitter. We've been renting one every year. It is nicer to have our own and be able to tackle this job in daily chunks instead of a one-day marathon of wood splitting. We sure appreciate their hard work!
Fall walks are the best. Stacia and Allie made it a practice to break for walks this month.
|Because - sugar free and all like them.|
The chickens LOVE fall when I begin to harvest plants and they get lots of extra-ready-to-eat-greens! LOL
Arielle and the boys dropped by. Benny wanted to play hide and seek. Michael hid. Benny and I looked and looked. I heard him. I knew he had to be in the entry area SOMEWHERE. We finally found Michael in the closet....and then Benny told me to go count....and HE hid. LOL
|Benny & Grandpa|
If GG can read to Benny, Papa ought to be able to read to Danny.
|Danny and Papa|
THIS is quite the system....I appreciate Michael devising a way to clean the chimney AND keep most of the mess from the floors.
Nolan took some time off Mid-October. He spent MOST his time catching up on college, but he and the girls also enjoyed working through several Escape Room scenarios Allie had.
The washer (which Michael had found free on Craig's list) and dryer (which came with this house), both died this month. We do a LOT of laundry around here, lots of bed linens washed daily. Michael went in search of a washer and brought this home. We love it. It holds more and it's quiet...and fun to watch fill. He had a free dryer from the Craig's List find. He brought that inside. It's janky but working. Whatever time it serves will put off having to buy a new dryer. Our oven is also out - it's not been a good fall for appliances.
The moose are back EVERYWHERE this month. On this fall day I stepped out to go feed the animals and surprised this moose.
I took the girls shoe shopping. Whilst I DID buy them shoes, I couldn't resist a new pair of FUR LINED crocs...so bright and cheery. I think these are essential for embracing the upcoming winter.
A simple shadow of what is to come....snow in the morning, warm in the evening. Nothing is sticking.
Just to document somewhere - this is not base housing - do not buy SIX BIG BAGS of CANDY in 2022. You will only have 1 or 2 show up.
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