It's mid-December. I haven't downloaded any photos since July, so emptying the card on the digital camera is sure to provide a lot of surprises. I finally hit 10,000 photos with our trusty Canon. I better get busy and try to redeem myself by posting a few of them.
Without further ado:
We've learned a bit about what is ideal in our climate over the past few years in this house, so we custom-ordered a triple-pane, argon-filled window. While I'm not happy with the argon, (it's a question of when, and not if, it will fail), I do admit the triple glazing should be standard. All our other windows are double-pane argon-filled, and while they're acceptable, if we were to do this again, we'd go triple pane all the way.
And here we are, months later, with memories of summer fading as the snow and cold sets in again for another round of winter. So far, so good. A fair amount of snow but with bearable temperatures.
Eric is still plugging away on the drywall upstairs. My knitting needles are humming as I try to stay ahead of the avalanche of wool I've managed to procure this past year. (Let's just say I went ballistic in the yarn-hoarding department).
Hopefully, within a few weeks, I will regale you with more tales from the farm, more accomplishments in the knitting department, and a few pet photos to round things out.