Monthly Archives: November 2006

A Snow Covered, Acid-Washed, Double Thanksgiving Whammie!

I’m going to start this blog entry by saying, "Go Team!"  This past week started revving up on Monday.  I cruised back on to the land on Tuesday morning after stopping off to pick up parts for our wood stove … Continue reading

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Art mirrors life mirrors art…

As you well know, I am living in a yurt, with a kitchen in a barn, and a honey bucket outhouse.  I don’t have the Internet and I don’t have cable or satellite.  I’ve got my DVD player for some … Continue reading

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This is This…and That is That

Time for a tour through our current home becoming…   Here we are this past Friday afternoon.  You may notice that we have some windows with their trim up! With all this rainy weather recently, construction tarps are the order of the … Continue reading

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A Window to the Future

And maybe one we can close to the rain!  Ah, I woke up today and found that the construction crew had already installed our first window!  I must say, this construction crew up here right now are hard workers.  It’s … Continue reading

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Wet, wet, and more wet…a river runs high

As you’ve no doubt have heard by now, the Pineapple Express has inundated the Seattle area with its warm November rains.  When this happens in our neck of the woods it means that the river will swell to mammoth proportions … Continue reading

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Blustery Fall pushing out the balmy days

It’s blustery outside this past week upon my return to the land.  The winds are gusty in the Seattle area, and there is rain.  Now for all you folks who are not from Seattle reading my blog, you really need … Continue reading

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