To all my family living in the northwest, this post is in honor of your first snowstorm of the season. I’m writing about an outdoor project, just to remind you that it’s still in the mid-seventies here…
We’ve upgraded the back deck over our last two summers in the homestead. Read on to learn about the projects we’ve completed (and the ones we haven’t!) to update our backyard living space.
While wandering around Greece, it’s easy to come upon ancient ruins built on top of even older ancient ruins. And those ruins are full of creepy gravesites like this eerily cracked tombstone for a medieval crusader who died on the island of Rhodes.
Come have a look, if you dare…
It’s almost Halloween! This time of year feels so eerie. Perhaps it’s because fall is all about the world going into dormancy, or just the stark change in seasons. Even places that are not inherently scary begin to seem a little spooky. Case in point: Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California. Keep reading to see how spooky this place can seem: