Life has conspired with too many distractions.
It’s 11am Thursday at the time of writing this.
We have a visit to our property in a little over 2 hours time from the other students, Rhianna, our teacher, and mentors from the Land Stewardship course that Jean and I undertook at Oregon State University in the Spring.
I seemed to have picked up a Summer head cold that is making me more grumpy than usual!
Plus I have to focus on an interesting ‘project’ that I will write about early next week.
Let me leave you with these two pictures of the softness of cloud and low mist that brought some much-needed rain to us a few days ago.
If anyone wants to put these pictures into context, there was a property map published in the LfD post of the 22nd, Sing for the trees.
6 thoughts on “Taking a pause today!”
Nice view to wake up to. It must be great to have a wood on your own land. I will be camping in a wood soon.
One of the findings from the visit by Rhianna and company yesterday was that we have a total of 12 native American species of trees on our land. Yes, it’s a lovely place to live. Best of luck for your own holiday; I’m presuming it is a vacation.
Beautiful views, and I hope your head cold soon gets better Enjoy your Day
Thanks Sue. Just love your interest in my scribblings. Have a peaceful week-end.
Thank you, dear Sir.