Friday, December 26, 2014

Christmas Day 2014

Today was the first day we've enjoyed significant sunshine in about a week.  Clear in the early AM, but clouds slowly moved back in as the day progressed.

Jo washed a load of clothes and was able to get them dried out on the clothesline in the sunshine.  Underwear you can hang on racks around the wood stove.  Sheets and towels are not so easily dried indoors.

Pines along our road out.

I think this cloud formation is called a mackerel or buttermilk sky, but I'm not certain.

Down near the house, a seep runs across the road, causing that section to stay wet and muddy all winter.




Lisa at Greenbow said...

This road draws you along. Beautiful day. Merry Christmas.

Anonymous said...

The quality of the pictures are great, specially the blue skies and the green trees. I only wish there were more of these trees.

I feel nervous when I listen to the word "logging". Thanks to this commercial activity we are losing our forests...and our planet for that matter.



Marvin said...

Thanks, Lisa. I hope you and yours had a good Christmas too.

Marvin said...

Thanks for your visit and comment, Omar. This is a strip of very marginal land, not even worth the effort of logging.

Rambling Woods said...

I love the road and being able to dry clothes outside...

Marvin said...

There are times -- like when we only have a couple of days between shows and it it raining -- that having a clothes dryer would be nice.