Sunday, November 6, 2011

above the roof

On Saturday Tai took us up in the cherry picker so we could see the view from up there.  It's 'stick season' now -- the time between the bright colors of changing leaves and the quiet beauty of snow -- and though it can be gloomy on a gray day, when the sun is shining the varying layers of brown are nothing but beautiful.


Luther and Tai were finishing up some repairs when we got there.  You can see where the rotting woodshed once stood and where we need to do a lot of patching!


From across the road, looking north to east.


 On the way up.


We may put glass in the cupola one day, but for now the windows stay boarded up.  I'm glad about this because I hate the thought of birds trying to fly through.

The courtyard (left to right:  milk house, the former cow barn and the 1700's barn) and the Adirondacks beyond.



 120 year old slate.

It was so cool up there!

Pigeons :)

More tomorrow!

xoxo



3 comments:

  1. I can almost taste the cold air. Also I got a little thrill when I saw the "courtyard" pic. I don't know why. I'm picturing mini sheep in there. I'm SURE Enzo would love them...like family, not like little wooly snacks.

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  2. It was really beautiful -- and brisk! xo

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