Merry Meet and Merry Part, and Merry Meet again

Friday, October 4, 2013

Rainy Friday Greetings!

An end of another busy week, of beautiful autumn weather and becoming pumpkin-crazed!

Lots of re-organizing around the house and quick dashes to the hardware store.

A morning break (elevensies) means something seasonal is in order:

Coffee and luscious pumpkin bread
A late afternoon break also requires something seasonal:

Angry Orchard hard cider (love the face on the tree)

Beautiful weather enticed son nicarus and me to take a drive out to "soon-to-be-our property".

Looking to the left from our front gate: acres of corn fields
Nick examining a map of the nearby snowmobile trail
Not much longer and we will be enjoying the remainder of autumn amongst tall trees and starry skies. And dreams of next summer, with campouts and trail-blazing, bonfires, birdwatching, barbecues and dancing under a moon-lit sky.

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Enjoy the weekend! 


10 comments:

Suzanne said...

Thank pumpkin bread looks incredible!

jaz@octoberfarm said...

have a great weekend! our hot weather should be over by monday.

Linda Wildenstein said...

sounds like you have a wonderful plan in place. That cornfield looks so cool....spooky but cool.
Hope you weekend is a goodie. Oma Linda

thecottagebythecranelaketwo said...

We had the official Cinnamon roll day here today, so naturally we had something completely else at our break at work today :-)

Warmer winds blow over the country now, too bad since I wanted to look at the stars in the sky tonight, can't now since the sky is covered with clouds :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Can you mail me a slice of that pumpkin bread? Expedited delivery please!

Jeanne said...

I know you must be getting so excited! Such a nice view from your place. And none of your trees appear to be like the Angry Orchard tree (though I do love his face!).

Aine O'Brien said...

Now I must make something with pumpkin!! Your land looks amazing, How wonderful to live there!

And I also LOVE the label on that cider! :)

Enjoy!

The Boston Lady said...

Elevensies? Is that a national thing, where everyone takes a break and eats delicious things? Hmmmm, I like the sound of Elevensies. Must make pumpkin bread.

I bet you are just so excited about the possibilities of your new property! Just wonderful! Ann

Magic Love Crow said...

I am so excited for you ;o) Can I have some pumpkin bread and hard cider ;o) Please ;o)

Lili said...

Oh how exciting about your new property! Each year around this time I dream of having a field full of pumpkins in all my favorite colors. Bow oh how that corn field will attract those beautiful crows...lovely! Enjoyed the graphics on the cider...so much fun you are having. xo