You are going to get so sick of my fall pictures. But here goes anyway. This is the very old stone wall that runs the length of our property.
The amazing little brook you have seen so many times.
Not sure how good this picture is, but it is amazing to see a tree not turned at all with one blazing orange behind it.
The road I walk every day. It was so quiet you could hear the leaves hitting other leaves as it headed to the ground. I have lived in Maine or NH all these years and fall still astounds me.
It has been the year of the mushroom. Lots and lots of them everywhere.
This is our wood pile just waiting to be brought in to heat the house this winter. I am very thankful for this wood (that we cut from our land)this year. Prices keep going up and up. In the past two weeks gas has gone up 12 cents a gallon. I have no idea about heating oil I haven't bought any this year yet.
While fall is in full swing my roses are still going strong since early this spring. when I was a little girl and I would come in the house from playing outside, my hair everywhere my dad would call me the last rose of summer. I never looked this good lol.
It's fall! that means soup, I made homemade french onion soup. It came out so good! I froze some for later and left at least another serving for each of us this week.
We headed to the old country fair in our area. We went late afternoon on the last day to avoid the crowds. We only needed an hour to walk around and eat something, so perfect. I went into the art building not one rug!!! But this woolen quilt won best in show. It is all applique and just beautiful,
I finished hooking my acorn fairy. Now to steam and bind.
I have pulled a couple of loops on this one. I am anxious to start it.
But next week I am going to rug school and working with a teacher on a fish rug. I do not want too many things going at once.
I need to control myself,I just keep buying wool, and patterns!
My new wool this week. Husband always say if you want it buy it we are on a one way track here. Yikes!
We took Sweet B for her riding lesson on Friday. She is in complete love with riding and is doing great. This horse (Esme) flew from the Netherlands with it's owner to immigrate here 8 years ago, amazing right?
After riding and few other stops we headed back to Sweet B's house and went on a walk to the river near her house.
Where we found this, pretty much sums up our day with Sweet B. We loved every minute of it!
So I will leave you with this. This is the road home from the fair.
It was starting to get dark but if you click on the picture you can see the colors.
We are off to Boston tomorrow for husband's annual exam.
We did zoom last year (which I loved) but not allowed to this year.
Have a wonderful week!