This endearing structure lives in a field near the end of the road at Freeport, just up the road from Mathews. I stopped in recently on my way home from having lunch with a friend in Saluda.
The wonderfully weathered wood and the vestiges of vines made it impossible for me to drive by without stopping to say hello and take a few shots.
Pretty soon, the weather will take its turn towards warm, and the
There are signs that the process has already started.
I just returned from a once-in-a-lifetime cruise with Baby Sister, which is why this blog hasn't been updated in a while. On board, we saw tons of live music from bands of the 1970s, including Firefall, Ambrosia, Little River Band, Player, Orleans, and my favorite: Peter Frampton. Although the best days were the ones at sea, we also visited Cozumel and Key West.
Now, it's a slow return to the town called Normal Life, where my workload will gradually increase, and much of my spare time will be devoted to work for the Mathews County Visitor and Information Center.
But I do still vow to keep up with this blog.
I hope all is well in your neck of the woods.