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Friday, December 28, 2007

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orata

I like your barn photo. I didn't know it was so expensive to live up there, though! John Thorne, one of my favorite food writers, lives and works out of Castine and I somehow always thought it was a very humble little town.

margene

Many of us hold romantic notions about red barns for some reason, eh? The color combo on that one is very nice, too.

Chris

A lovely barn! When I was a very little kid, my parents moved to Castine and bought a house that my mom describes as the best house she's ever lived in. I think we lived there for about a year, and Dad decided he couldn't earn enough to support the family there (he was a young doc, opened his first private practice). We moved to CT. My memory of the house: the back staircase from bedrooms to kitchen gave me nightmares of witches popping up through a trapdoor about halfway down the stairs and they'd grab my ankles and drag me into the dark. I'll have to see if she remembers the address and go see that house someday.

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Rings

Barns

  • East Holden, Maine barn studio
    A series of barn photos I've taken or been sent. Barns are magical to me - they have so much character, and provide so much for the animals and farmers.

Pre-blog FOs

  • Caleb's Icelandic
    These are photos of finished objects, knit pre-blog. Some of these date back to the early 1980's, not having knit since my mother taught me to knit a scarf at the age of six.

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