View from the front porch. This is from last summer...wee bit brisk to be out there today...
You can get all seasons of Little House on Amazon Prime. Great family viewing, we watched them all last year.View attachment 731203 Home office as of last week. View out the back door taken last summer. Wish it was nice enough to have the screens in/open now.
The pup has enjoyed hanging out in the shop this week. Nice and quite out there.
Yes that’s an autographed photo of Michael Landon over the dart board...
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Thanks for sharing. Reminds me of home, I grew up in the North Central part of the state. Now I am considered a flatlander.I am really enjoying this thread! How lucky a bunch of us are to shelter in place.
We bought our place some 22 years ago with the intention of it being our retirement place - no neighbors and in the woods. A difficult road for sure being in such a remote area where there are no jobs at all. Grocery store, hosptial, etc. a 45 minute drive, pretty tough winters, etc. But here we are - goal obtained!
And now we are suppsed to stay put - that’s always been the plan anyway.
Since this is a pics thread and we are sharing some green scenes - here’s what my place looks like near the end of May.
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Indian Rocks beach a little two Narrow to live On for me Use to Barrow a friends Condo there They Had One of Gulf side and one on the intracoastal side Nice Place to visit But would not want to live there full timeWatch out, RodW! Sweetie and I may be coming to shelter in place with you! Just last night she was saying (AGAIN!) that she wanted to move someplace warm!!
I told her last night that I was feeling sorry for the folks on the Gulf Coast of FL. Two of our "go-to places" are Indian Rocks beach (fly into St. Pete) and Ft. Myers Beach. Both of those areas were hit hard economically with the Red Tide for the last couple of years. I hope that they survive the lack of tourists due to this situation.