At the cabin. February 4, 2013March 16, 2018 Well now. That was just what we needed. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
11 thoughts on “At the cabin.”
Looks like a great spot. I think we all need a place like that. I am so glad you appreciate it. How far away from a city is your new farm Rachel?
That depends what you consider a city. 🙂 Were a few miles from a very small town of under 500 people (but one with a natural foods coop). Were 20 minutes or so from Viroqua with a few thousand people, were an hour to a small city and two hours to a bigger city (Madison, WI).
Looks like a wonderful place. So glad you can enjoy it!
You’ve just given me a fantastic idea. I have a husband who has trouble sitting still and recharging his batteries. I think I need to teach him to knit or crochet. Then he will feel productive while he’s sitting still.
Wondering about rainbow dough. I had said I would buy done but I did not receive an e-mail. Did not want to disappoint your daughter:-
Thank you for following up Tanya! She sold out so fast last week that shes making a few more batches tomorrow. I promise to email as soon as its ready. Shes moving at 6-year old speed, so… well, its a little non-linear. :0) Thanks for your patience!
Ok. I thought I was the first person to respond which is why I sent a note. Thans for getting back to me.
You were indeed, but she had a little flurry of local sales that cleaned her out that morning. Thanks for your patience and well be in touch soon. 🙂
Awesome. Loved your post about your hubby knitting. I wish mine would…it is such a calming activity.