October 25, 2014

Secret Life of Bloggers Blog Party: Post #29

I can't believe October is over already. I thought for sure that September just started. I am not looking forward to the winter. I don't feel like I have a lot to look forward to just yet. The winter always fills itself up though.

I've been enjoying the outdoors but not blogging so much because blogger has been giving me posting issues again. I have a few great posts that I am excited to get out, including a guest post that I am ecstatic to share once all of the html bugs are out of it. I hope everyone is enjoying October and settling down for November. 


Hagley Museum and Library

Hagley Museum and Library. Gunpowder Mill.

10-6-2014

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation

Fall is officially here. It's frosty in the morning and sun beats on you in the afternoon.

10-7-2014

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation

10-8-2014


10-9-2014

Civil War Reenactor

10-10-2014

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation

10-11-2014


10-12-2014
Gazela Tall Ship

Andy on Gazela.

10-13-2014


I was trying to clean but this knot was way too distracting.

10-14-2014

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation

10-15-2014

 I'm learning to work with horses. I've always been generally afraid of them.

10-16-2014




10-17-2014 


 Making candles.

10-18-2014


10-19-2014


Colonial Cooking

10-20-2014



10-21-2014


The farmer at work.

10-22-2014

Moved manure in the rain.

10-24-2014

Rev War Reenactor

Knitting fingerless gloves for work. Winter is coming.

10-26-2014

Bushkill Falls

Visited the Pocono Mountains, which are always beautiful.

4 comments:

  1. I love your photos. You've really become an excellent photographer. My favorites are 10-7, 10-8, 10-16, and 10-26.

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  2. I'm also amazed at how fast October went; it doesn't seem that long ago that the month began and now we're into November.

    I love that picture of the turkeys on the roof. It's been years since I last saw wild turkeys.

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  3. Thanks. We do have a good deal of wooded areas here. I've never been to England so I don't know how it compares.

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