Early Winter Days….

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Well, it’s here….Winter that is.

She has thrown herself in with loads of enthusiasm this year

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Most mornings there has a been a thick blanket of frost/ice covering the Tamar Valley, which means, freezing cars to de-ice every morning…that’s if the outside taps aren’t frozen too!

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even the house windows on the side that doesn’t get the sun until mid morning have had frost…it makes it hard to get out of bed if the fire has gone out over night, let me tell you.

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…but, on the side that does get the morning sun…it’s wonderful.

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Mic and I still have some recovery time left before we start work again, so we have been enjoying sitting  and planning a few things…actually big things…that will be happening to our home soon now that he has so much energy.

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The old wood pile has been getting a workout with these frosty cold days. I do love our old wood heater. Nothing beats the heat…warms your bones…your soul.

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While we have been discussing and drawing plans for our home projects, I have been collecting lots of inspiration from some of my favourite homes in Tasmania. This one here is on the list of places I would “move into tomorrow”. It’s a stunning old Georgian home, that has been restored perfectly…and even has hydrangeas lining the driveway…what’s not to love?

Quite a big weekend ahead, so we will be loading the fire, re-filling the tea pot and probably doing some more planning!

Enjoy your weekend  ~Ness xx

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  • Ness, so glad to hear you’re both back home and doing well. Take it easy and keep warm and happy
    xx

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    • Thank you. It’s been really cold lately, so i’m close by the fire xx

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  • I hope you both finish recovery quickly! Glad it seems you are both doing very well! Stay warm!

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    • We are getting there. Both doing really well. Thank you xx

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  • Great photos there, Ness. I love Winter! It’s a relaxing, planning time for me too. That house looks beautiful. Must pay a visit to Tasmania again soon. So beautiful in every way. All the best to you and Mic as your recovery continues to good health once more xx

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    • I love Winter too…as long as they firewood is nice and dry though 😉
      Tassie is such a gorgeous place. We are so blessed to live here and thank you for your lovely wishes xx

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