We spent the day with family today. Traveled an hour and a half by car to get to a remote camp in northern Maine and it was well worth the trip. Gorgeous views and the cutest little camp!!!!
My family has done a great job in renovating and redecorating this new camp. Here is one of my favorite little additions:
A simple lamp shade painted by my mother with india ink to show animals tracks you might see around. Something else my mother painted in the camp:
She's a fantastic artist!!!
Here's the most important piece of equipment for a northern camp:
A wood stove. No doubt about it, this lady gets put to good use. Love the little rack above on the wall for drying mittens. There's a moose antler on a shelf above it as well. If you're lucky you can find those, and deer antlers in the woods.
On our walk in the woods we were shown a recent (possible)bear markings on a tree:
After a morning and afternoon at the camp, including a long walk through the woods with a *very* happy Buddy and Chloe, we drove back in the direction of home....but instead of stopping there we went straight to the other side of the family for some nice warm dinner and dessert. Grilled salmon, a Lebanese cracked wheat dish, fresh from the garden potatoes, and green beans. Dessert was a spiced pear cake with vanilla ice cream. Yum!!!!
What did you all do this weekend????
Here are my fave's from last week:
American Teacher by Todd and Lindsay. This is a great (and very important) read. Please take the time to read about her job and consider watching the movie by Matt Damon!! Teachers are constantly overworked and underpaid in my mind.
Pet Costumes from Creative Lady of the House. Love the ideas!!!!
Frankenstorm Frankenpatties from My Sisters Pantry.
And, the post I'm going to feature on my sidebar for a week is....
Poop Factory by Turtles and Tails. This one totally cracked me up!!!!!!!
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