I found this little barn on my travels yesterday. I love the windowbox. It was a working farm so I don't know if this particular building is still used for farming or has been turned into a workshop/studio. Nobody was around to ask. I've added more barns that I found yesterday to my Barn album over in Picasso. Here's the link if you are interested:
It was a bit brisk this morning. We had freeze warnings last night so the last of the BIG, HEAVY, pots of indoor plants, were brought inside.
I notice the Bluebirds are still here, in the yard. Other than their flashes of blue flying by I'm not seeing much in the way of wildlife.
WAIT, I take that back, the squirrels are going nuts. It was a good year for the Black Walnut trees so there has been a lot of activity down around the tree boundary line.
Today is a MUST for getting outside and starting to close down the gardens.
Last year we had an early snow, that stayed around. It came in the middle of October. It caught me by surprise and a lot of outdoor chores were left undone.
It's time to have the pool closed up for winter. That's sad. I love looking at that beautiful blue water.
It looks like the last sanding of the walls, in the studio, were done yesterday. Paint technique samples are going to be dropped off. John mentioned that one technique is called orange peel. Sounds interesting.
The heating guys come on Friday to put in the heating system out in the studio. So things continue to move along. Once it's painted then John has to lay the tile for the floor. It is soooooooooo hard to wait. Good thing I have enough projects to keep me busy.
This is post number 700 since I started blogging, October 9, 2008.
I promised a give away to four people that left a comment on this post. The boxes are ready to go, they are full of art supplies from my studio. If you are interested, just leave a comment with your email addy. I will draw four names from who wants to play and mail off your "giftie" box. I will draw the four names on Sunday, October 4th. That should give everybody enough time to drop by and play.
Be creative! :)Bea