Snow? Not snow. This is South Carolina.
We don't have snow here, at least not
This is cotton. A field full of the fuzzy
In case you're wondering mom, it
doesn't help to 'pretend' that it's snow
on a sweltering summer day.
You'll still be hot and sweaty,
even with that field of white stuff
all spread out alongside the road *G*
Now, about that tin teepee ...
Since I just refused to allow the camper to be painted yellow and embellished with various nautical items so people could call it the 'Yellow Submarine' it has become the 'Tin Teepee'. I can live with that. I'm learning to live with the fact that most teepees had more space inside as well.
There are still certain things that just have to be inside of that teeny space. So, P has been adding some amenities.
First, he cleared a spot in the
Most of our 'stuff' will be down
in that barn alongside the wood.
Some of our stuff needs to be
closer, if only to save us endless
trips to dig them out.
Yes mom, those are some of
the windows. Also sitting there
is that really nice (and cheap!)
mattress set I found on
I believe I've already mentioned
how much I love that place!
I appreciated it when he put away
all the food and 'stuff' that we'd
already hauled to the land.
I may have to hunt for things, but
I'll be able to hunt without falling
over other things now.
This also reaffirms 'why' I planned
an outdoor kitchen!
and in place.
wind tunnel the same week
the night time temps dipped
down into the 30's.
it on the side of the closet ...