We made it back in one piece after really enjoying our week away. We had very nice weather for the most part, and we did a lot of reading and relaxing.
I guess it goes without saying that I have tons of photos, but here are just a few -- for now, at least.
Let's begin with the screened-in, converted planer mill that looks toward the old barn in this photo.
We spent a lot of time reading in here. I converted part of the next one to b&w to emphasize the colour of the blooming goldenrod outside.
We pitched a tent and slept in it for 4 nights of the 7 that we were there. On the first night we were awakened by a pack of yipping and howling coyotes. I think they were close by but on the other side of the road.
We enjoyed bright moonlight with several nights of a full moon or close to it.
This is the view of the farmhouse from close to where we pitched the tent.
Lots of these wildflower, which I am told are called The Devil's Paintbrush, were blooming around the place.
That's the broad overview -- for now, at least.