Hello beautiful crisp days!

We just got back from hiking at the nearby Wick farm. The New England style farmhouse above is from 1750. Despite the clear skies and November sunbeams, the inside of the homestead was so dark and smelled of creosote from ages past. A little fire burned in the kitchen and herbs hung from the ceiling. The surrounding fields were the home to 13,000 soldiers during the Revolutionary War. I can’t wait to go back next weekend!

Thanks so much for all your comments on my windowsill collection and things! I have been busy, computer turned off and out of sight, outside playing in the sun (and will be until it’s too unbearably cold to be outdoors).
Have wonderful weeks, all!

14 replies on “november”

  1. wow, what a beautiful little homestead! I love traipsing through new england via your blog 🙂
    I cant believe its almost wintertime….its been in the 70s and 80s here….the strangest weather!

    1. It was, during the peak summer months, green. But I love how it turned white. Most likely from lack of sun. The woods where it was found are so cold and dark. And Washington camped there too, which adds to the mystery!

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