Spring was kind of miserable, after all, and that doesn’t sit well with me. Another of my favourite trees at the cottage has bit the dust – our double birch, which has been ailing off-and-on for a number of years, has finally thrown in the towel. We’ll probably take it down next year, or in the fall. So sad to see it go! And glad we planted a tamarack in the hollow near the old place, when we did.
|Less shade, too - glad we have lots of insulation.|
|I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay...|
Our dishwasher at home died, so we decided it was time to get all the appliances for the cottage at the same time.
|Two problems: a) they aren't that lovely Harvest Gold we were enjoying for so many years; and 2) we can't rely on this refrigerator to heat the cottage for us on cool days (we used to refer to the old one as "The Reheaterator").|
|Having a dishwasher is SO SWEET!|
|When the sun hits it, the relections off the glass are beautiful!|
|Aunt Doris, Mom, Aunt Eileen, Uncle Wilbert|
|Mom kicking back.|
|Isn't she a lovely lady? We think so!|
|Her Honeysuckle is always gorgeous!|