We have had a busy but frustrating week. The bunnies have done a fair share of damage to the garden. Gone are the Brussels, bush beans and peas. We replanted. We added more dirt because the compost (despite being the best grade organic and local) wasn’t cutting it. We weeded. We weeded. And we weeded […]
Our house has a lot of history. I often think of all the people that have walked its floors, farmed its land and dreamed out its wavy glass windows. This past week the doorbell rang and on my porch stood a man with a story. Back in the area for a visit with his family, […]
I spent all the summers of my youth on Cape Cod vacations. My dad loved interesting shops. We’d often spend what felt like hours in Serendipity or Tree’s Place. There was a cluster of little shops which I think were in Brewster- one kitchen shop that had an upstairs. We’d also spend our fair share […]
We’ve been busting it to finish up a few of the projects we mentioned the last few weeks. The front door is getting primed and hopefully painted within a week. The white shutters are coming down. We have found a stack of lovely green-black shutters in the garage loft and will tackle them as the […]
This week’s feature is this gorgeous Utility Canvas quilt. Indoor/Outdoor. Machine wash and dry. 52″ x 66″. Made in the USA. We adore the functionality and the super graphics on the print. Beach, picnics, boat, car, dog blanket, throw for the end of the bed…the possibilities are endless. The anchor print is perfect for summer.
This week we have been busy attempting to prevent the bunnies from taking over. We installed temporary fencing and have put our little Jack Russell on guard dog duty. She isn’t really interested in much more than napping though. We also discovered three additional cherry trees. Super exciting! We have begun harvesting and freezing them […]
It is early June here in the Finger Lakes and this little farm is keeping us busier than ever. It is weeding season. They have come on fast and strong. We have an abundance of invasive vines. Some thick and all encompassing of the tree tops. They look like grapevines and despite having been cut […]
If you’ve spent any time in the UK, you will have fond memories of lambs roaming in green fields surrounded by rambling stone walls. Woven in the British Aisles, and imported from England, we love the graphics on this Merino lambswool throw. Soft, warm and practical. Available in gray tones or the classic red, white and […]