Well, getting internet even the small distance I am from town, proved to be quite a pissy deal. It ended up costing $300 to get started. But, here I am, happy to be back. I have only one piece of advice, GCI does not know their ass from a whole in the ground.
The cabin is coming along nicely now. I’m still working on it and still sending more stuff that the kids “had to have” to storage. By the time it warms up enough to have bon fire parties out in the the yard, I’ll have it fixed up enough to want to present it to the general public lol.
Here’s the kitchen, with the “water heater” on the stove. It actually heats up enough for showers or dishes in just a few minutes so not as unhandy as I originally thought it would be. Hmmm, that little window shelf sure wants to stay cluttered. It’s just too handy. I have several crystals hanging in my window that throws a million beautiful rainbows over the living room every afternoon.
The outhouse has been updated with a lamp, clock radio, hand sanitizer, drawers, and Christmas lights on the outside. I had the plunger put out there for a conversation piece and though I have removed it now, it still gives me a giggle. Now, I just need to find some blue foam to replace the foam rubber seat that’s in there. Actually, the temperatures are warm enough now to be able to just use the regular seat, but it still would mean a cold ass awakening every time one sat down.
My Easter munchkins.
Last week it warmed up enough for almost all the snow to melt, then yesterday, it snowed several inches. It’s melting again and breakup is officially here. In a week or so, green should be showing up on the mountain I look out at from my front window. A few nights ago I sat here in my living room and watched a nice display of the northern lights. I wish I knew how to take pictures of them. But I’ll get it figured out by next winter for sure.