I haven't posted any pictures in an age, and I don't have any super new ones . . . but here are some miscellaneous ones, nonetheless.
Last month: gallons of sweet maple sap waiting to be boiled down into syrup. Or, "syr-pup" as The Peanut says.
I've had the good fortune to have said Peanut for a few overnights lately, and, the last time she was out, she helped me do morning chores, her cast protectively wrapped in a bread bag. Here she is, holding one of the new Partridge Rock chicks.
She found part of my LP record collection. "Can we play these?" (We did!) And, it gave me the opportunity to vacuum out a VERY dirty storage area and then sort the vinyl.
One of my favorite pictures of Mom at ye ol' Harvest Homestead (our farmstead where I grew up).
And, lastly, Daddy & me making root beer! (Erin, I'll get a how-to post goin' one of these days, but
it's not hard at all . . . I mean, YES, it's extreeeeeemely difficult! Anyone who can pull it off is SUPER talented!) ;p
Oh, also of note: see the two windows behind us? They're covered by sheets of foam insulation. Mom and Dad moved Aunt Jo's old trailer home up - which had NO insulation - and added on to it. So, in the wintertime, Mom had to give up light in lieu of warmth. (Mom, seems like it's been an age since you wrote a "good ol' days" story on your blog. Hint, hint!)