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From January 20, 2019 Crestline Ohio
Crestline Barn at Dusk
Bale Kenyon Road Barn
This past week in Ohio.
On Bale Kenyon Road, late in the day, the barn front in shadow.
I was able to park across the street and shoot but thought I should return the next morning when the sun was on the front. Next trip.
Stacking Wood the Ohio Way
This is the way Chuck and Sharon keep their home toasty warm in the winter. There were at least three huge stacks of firewood. I have a little plastic thermostat on the wall that I adjust, no real work involved.
I asked what kind of wood it is and Chuck says “Ash”.
When I got home I ordered this book for Chuck. not that he needs any tips on how to chop, stack or dry wood but just to read about the Scandinavian way. ( It’s a bestseller- click title for article on how it became a “global hit”) – Norwegian Wood by Lars Mytting
I heard about this book when I visited Norway last fall. I sent it to my brother in Okanogan. He heats with a woodstove, too.
Pepper, Penny and Charlie at the Farm on a Snowy Sunday
Saturday night after the anniversary party, we spent the night at the farm in Crestline. There was blowing snow, drifting across the roads. The roads too bad to drive back to the city in the dark.
Sunday morning we had a nice breakfast and watched Chuck blow and plow the quarter mile drive to the main road. Charlie has fun watching and the dogs were in and out.
Then Charlie bundled up and went outside-tried his hand at shoveling- but not for long.
It was too cold.
My camera lens fogged up with condensation from the temperature change, outdoors to indoors.
Apples Wait to be Pressed into Cider- October 2009
This is a reblog- originally posted October 2009.
Sand Hill Berry Farm Cider Press- Bushels of Apples- October Sunday-Mt. Pleasant, PA
Red Currants and Red Raspberries their specialty, not to mention the gooseberries to make jam. Raspberry pies, and free raspberry sundaes. We roasted hot dogs over a fire, and marshmallows to make s’mores.
Autumn color in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania is hard to beat. The barn was filled with the smell of apples.
Original four comments. Zero likes . My friend Dorothy passed in 2010. A Memorial Poetry Reading is being planned for this November 13, 2015.
Ruth, what a wonderful angle to take your picture to include indoors, outdoors and I can almost smell the apples.