Thursday, December 6, 2007

Quiggle Lake

This is the view from our dining room slider (and the living room)in winter and in fall. There are no houses on the opposite side of the lake, where there is now a golf course. Luckily the lake is so small that no one tries to put anything motorized on it.

We have a rowboat, which Charlie uses to survey the number of turtles basking on fallen logs around the lake, and we have the permanent loan of a parishioner's canoe, which doesn't get used as often, partly because Zeke's antics make it unstable.

The view is to the westsouthwest, so we get good views of the sunset, especially in the winter. Yes, we do have snow on the ground now. The plowing service has been here once already, missing the edge of the driveway in one place and scraping the lawn.
Sara
Gratitudes:
Feather duvet,
hot shower,
faster internet connection than yesterday.



1 comment:

Sew Prim Khris said...

What a beautiful place to live. I wish Australia had such a vast difference in the seasons changing like that...hugs, Khris