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... activity - eating! We made pizza croissants, salmon and cream cheese muffins, macaroni and cheese balls - and when that all ran out we ordered pizza. I even tried my hand at making rice crispy treats. It might have been the wine or the pot, but they came out harder than granite. We ate it anyway. We stayed up late into the evening drinking wine and slept late the following morning.
We awoke to find ...
... experience immensely and stayed in the Engine room for two rides while Kevin took his fiddle back to the coaches and played some rollicking music for the kiddos. Merry Christmas!
We spent a bit of time packing up and getting the farmhouse back in order after living there (very happily) for two months. I had to day goodbye to some of my food projects and Kevin had to put away the sewing machine, for ...
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When we first arrived in Hurley it was still warm and green and the fall colors were spectacular. We had some t-shirt weather not too long ago, but this week I really feel like winter started. In fact, we were getting snowed on this afternoon while tilling the garden! So with all the leaves off the trees, the garden put to bed, and a little snow on the ground, it does feel wintery.
I had a wonderful surprise in the garden, which then led ...
... a moving van so she can head to Florida. We have been enjoying the local farmer's market, the amazing fall apples (so many flavors!) and the peace and quiet.
We also are spending some time digging through the treasures stashed away
over the past half century by Kevin's Grandpa. He was a collector of
useful things and there is a whole workshop and barn full of nifty
artifacts to be rediscovered.