Storm breaks into pieces,
Clouds charge the horizon,
Revolving of the heavens
Generates all movement.
Normally when I get behind in blogging even though I have the pictures, but didn't have the time, I just let the opportunity pass and look towards the next blog post. The last 3 weeks have been crazy busy, but there have been some nice things tucked in between that I didn't want to let pass without a post. The next few posts may not coincide with the immediate moment, but they were moments that made me smile.
2 weeks ago Carole and Dale came up to spend a weekend with us in the North Country. Ken was the cruise director for the stay and I think he did pretty good. When they arrived after a little rest, we went on a sleigh ride along with a visit to a few local watering holes that we enjoy up here.
The next day we headed over the Kangamangus Highway to visit the Ice Castles at Loon Mountain after we had an enjoyable lunch at Woodstock Inn & Brewery. We had a lot of fun laughing our way through this winter wonderland of ice.
That Dale, he is such a hambone, but we love him so! I wish we could have seen this at night when it is illuminated, but we had a lot of fun all the same. Next year Ken and I are definitely going to make a night trip over the Kanc to see the castle at night.
We really enjoyed showing Carole and Dale a little bit of the beauty of the mountains that we get to enjoy every day. I knew that once they left I was going to be full steam ahead with the dye pots fulfilling a busy yarn club and getting ready for a show and this little snowman totally depicts the way I felt yesterday when we got home after my show at SPA and a whirlwind trip to Boston (more about that later).
It's a beautiful place that we are so fortunate to call home and I love it when friends come to visit!