This shy old house down Whites Neck usually hides behind Mother Nature's abundant greenery on the few times I've come calling before, in the summer months.
But a few weeks ago, after one of our snow storms, she was exposed, vulnerable and very visible from the road.
I wanted to coax her out of her shell a little more, but that would have required
It was too cold to get out.
Instead, I used the zoom lens from the warmth and comfort of my car on the main road.
There were no other cars around for miles.
(Incidentally, a place called Miles is not too far from here.)
Don't you just want to run across that field and explore all around and inside that house?
Speaking of old houses, the DIY network is supposed to begin filming this month for their 2011 Blog Cabin series, which involves a farmhouse renovation down at Susan. This weekend I saw a very unexpected and most unusual sight in our dear county: a taxi. I don't think I've ever seen one here before, ever. Putting two and two together,
A major network filming the same time as a once or twice in a lifetime spotting of a taxicab surely must be related.
At least in my little
And this concludes a post that started off about a timid farmhouse and ended up trying to explain why a taxicab would be patrolling Mathews County.
p.s. For the Mathews reader
Do you know how many more questions I could ask if I didn't force myself to stop? Too many, that's how many. Have a great Tuesday.