Cabin on Joe’s Pond, Danville, Vermont. Submitted by Lindsay Foehrenbach.
There were squirrels inside in the mornings yelling for us to get out because the cabin had been so deeply reclaimed by the forest. Still, there were some excellent times here. Watching Law & Order on a laptop, mid-winter, and the computer shutting down because the battery was too cold. Knife throwing into a tree trunk for hours. Firewood rambles. Did the artwork for “Live In Japan” in there. Fried a weird fish on the outdoor campstove kitchen. Played Monopoly by kerosene lantern. Weird semi-pioneer time.
Submitted by David Frease.
Cabane à pêche or carrelet are fishing cabins on the Gironde Estuary in Southwest France. Families fish there and barbecue on the shore. This is a common tradition people living in Medoc. Submitted by Catherine Jullien.
Special update! On the 6th day there was life.. this was taken this morning! It’s been 6 days sense I planted these and there breaking the surface at 6 days. Average germination period is 7-10 days. I’ve been focusing my energies into the soil everyday to help them grow and now there rowing faster than average :D awesome!
The growth on these are getting big. Truthfully i suck at keeping an accurate time frame for when this exactly was except for it was sometime between the last batch of pics and the ones about to come. But id lay all in the last few days of last week. Probably sat-sun-mon time frame the zucchini really took off and was growing about an inch each day for the next few days and the tomato count reached about 12 at this point. This was just before my new addition as well.. -FJ
These where recently within the last week or so. This past week i’ve been doing a lot of new stuff and the plants themselves have been really taking off so between this set and the next set you’ll see a big difference in the growth :D -FJ
This was a few weeks ago. The tomatoes had about 10 or so growing. More of the strawberries where blooming and some started to grow the zucchini plant started to have growth as well. The bell pepper didn’t have any peppers on it yet but it was still growing and filling in strong. -FJ
These are from a few weeks after I got them all planted. I had the strawberries a few days before the zucchini, bell pepper, and Tomato plants. The strawberries where starting to bloom. And the Tomato plant had a cluster of tomatoes on them by this time while the zucchini and bell pepper plants where just growing and filling in some. This was probably three weeks after i had them planted. -FJ
This is the first collection of photos I took when I had just purchased the strawberry planter and my 12 strawberry plants. I build a simple tripod stand from metal pipe and string I already had so the cost to make the tripod was a whole 6$ I was so worried about them I covered them every time it got cold and checked on them about 3 times each night I was like a new daddy fretting over his baby. More to come! -FJ
Been a crazy few days here. i need to post alot of the pics i took of the gardens. also its my very first day of growing corn from seedlings. Just planted the seeds and watered them bout 30 minutes ago. Real excited about eating home grown organic corn i grew myself for the first time! :D pics coming as soon as i can get them to my comp
From Peter Anderson:
So I bought a 140 acre gold mining claim in California’s Siskiyou Mountains on Ebay for $3,000 because it said it had 5 cabins on it, then conned some friends into buying in to the operation, all site unseen. This is the best of the cabins, has a sign on the front that says “Cadillac Bill’s mininin’ [sic] shack. Inside is full of the detritus of Bill’s (most likely unsuccessful) life as a miner. And rats. Not exactly the dream cabin I had in mind, but a great thing to camp next to…and it has a super useful outhouse.
Jesus Christ but 140 acres in California for only 3k is amazing! and who knows maybe u will find gold!
“That’s how we roll in The Shire” by nimbusnought | RedBubble
A treehouse in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.
Submitted by Joel Allen.