Some may say we live out in the sticks.
I love old barns. This one is along the single-lane-dead-end road where we bought property last year. We are full-time RVers but wanted a place to live in case we had to stop travelling. I mean, besides parking in our children or parent’s driveway. 🙂
We’ve decided to take the winter off. We’ve been workamping at Tillicum Beach Campground for the last two years. I’ll try not to whine, too much, about missing my sunrise/sunset/whenever beach walks.
So look who greeted me this morning, “at the river”, before I even opened the door. I’m not sure what it is. I’m still trying to ID it. S/he has really worked-over our apple tree though. Look at the rows of holes in the tree. If you look closely at the bird’s feet, he’s using the holes as foot-holds. They are precisely the right distance apart! Smart bird!
I love nature sounds! This morning, as I sat on our deck overlooking the Alsea River, I heard the woodpecker, a king fisher and the river rippling over the rocks. At high tide there are no ripples. This is at low tide. I couldn’t resist the reflections and then turning the photo upside down…just for my morning giggle.