I didn't take many photos beyond sunsets, but I did take a few, mostly with the iPhone.
Sleep was a real problem for me, and it hasn't changed a whole lot since we returned. However, I find it more comfortable and with more to occupy me here. On the first morning I awoke ~3 and almost two hours later, I took this selfie to post to FB so everybody would feel sorry for me. It did not work.
We did go out for some woodsy walks. This was along the old logging road where some leaves clung to their trees.
On another day we walked along the river to the south woods. The last two were panos which scrolled on FB.
In the woods the lagoons/swamps were frozen and will likely remain in that state until April.
These tracks were made by beavers pulling chewed logs and branches into the river. There were quite a few fresh little stumps where the beavers had been doing their work. The first photo reveals multiple tracks and the second closer detail.
Oh ... I almost forgot this photo of Brian and Sue shooting the bread that he had made. Brian and Heather came up later in the week, and the first thing that he did was bake no-knead bread. He has been quite into this lately.