August 24, 2014. Comet Jacques (C/2014 E2) in Cassiopeia, on its 22,000 year orbit around the sun.
So, this is the back bunky
It was only partially finished when we bought the property. Let’s go inside
Not at all bad. Want to see what it used to look like inside?
Nobody wants to see that because we just spent two days pulling out all the mouse-infested insulation and bleaching it down. A lot of mice died. We don’t feel bad about it. Here’s what else was in the back bunky
Anyway… that part’s done.
It has begun. There’s a tree down by the gate that is starting to turn, if you need further proof. 11 quarts of spiced crab apples. One of our tree produces these small non-eating apples that would probably make good cider, so they’re not what you’d conventionally call crab apples but since there’s technically no such thing (they’re all just apples)… that’s a long way of not at all explaining why they’re not red. Next up: there’s no such thing as a seagull either.