The Adirondacks are so beautiful, if you've never been, you should put it on your lists of places to visit.
I am purposely not thinking of getting a steroid injection in my neck on Monday.
It's part of my 'stay in the day' motto.
I have to confess that I was struck with LOOM LUST today.
Yup, it happened to me again.
It only lasted an hour, until I got an answer to my email, the loom in question was gone before I even got a chance at it.
I feel like an addict that got dropped off at a meeting.
It definitely was not meant to be.
I want to be on this dock in July, lying in the sun, listening to the loons calling to each other.
We drove by this little house, and I love it. It has so much potential, and it is out in the middle of nowhere.
You know where I mean, right?
There's a view at every turn in the Adirondacks.
Here's another charmer.
I love the siding, I wouldn't change one board of it.
I love old houses, in case you hadn't guessed.
So we turned around. Someone had tapped the trees for maple syrup.
We stared for a bit, and said..........what?????
Then we realized what they were using for sap buckets.
I mean, I know that they could have cleaned them out, and got them squeaky clean, but do you really want they sitting in the sun with sap in them.............I mean, they are PLASTIC, after all.
On the way home, we decided to stop for lunch.
There were a few choices in the next little town, but we decided to go for the gusto.
The movie was closed.
We had a pretty decent lunch, but don't ask L about her 'chipotle brownie'. I don't think it quite met her expectations!!!
Now you know you're in the North Country, when you ask for milk for your tea, and they bring you a gallon.
Ya gotta love it.
It was, all in all, a great day for a little diversion, L and I share a love for investigating back roads and strange places, so we both enjoyed ourselves.
A day off is a good thing.
Stop and smell the
We did. And I think we should do it more often.
Thanks for coming along!!