Thinking about the Northern Appalachians
Such a special place; I find myself thinking about being back there this coming summer and fall, again, even as I enjoy the prospects of spending fall and spring in the Southern Appalachians.
A summary of our summer months is reflected by "a house in Quebec" search on Natural Gardening.
I made almost daily posts after we had internet access, so the search (linked here) more or less summarizes my thoughts over those two months.
(Just as an aside, labels, on a Google Blogger-hosted blog, are interesting; they apparently don't make any difference in terms of more global internet hits, but they sure are handy for personal use. I'm planning to go back and add more labels to all of my posts on this new blog.)
My gardening companion sent this photo from his photo library -- a wonderful reminder of how lovely it was to be in a historic old house surrounded by French-Canadian vintage furniture.
|Sitting at the farmhouse table with my laptop|
We'll see what the light is like in winter -- my guess is that we'll still have afternoon light in the main living room, but just for a shorter time.