None at allGary, I've been gone for awhile and haven't kept up with your thread. Are you moving from your place? Has something happened where you need to live closer to town? I hope you or your wife aren't having any health problems.
You bet I willYour photos are absolutely beautiful, I've enjoyed them all and I know you will miss all of that dearly if you move away.
Not intending to mislead....Gary, I didn't know you were moving but I totally understand the rationale behind it. Not being able to get warm in winter is way harsh. You've built wonderful memories and you have photos and an upcoming book that will keep it all ever-fresh in your mind. You have lived up to your signature quote by Emerson. Good for you
Sold it to our commercial fisherman son.I'm going to miss all of your beautiful pics and updates Gary. I've enjoyed you and Mrs G's adventures immensely. I wish you both health and happiness in this new chapter of your life.
What will you do with the off grid compound? Keep it for vacations, sell it, rent it out?
We are in the processI think it's great for your son and family get to enjoy the cabin now, as you say you get to enjoy him enjoying it!
Are you moved yet?
Cutting and storing dry wood for the winter(s) is hard work. I’ve often wondered how you managed this. If you cut down trees close to your home, after a while you lose your protection from the trees and might need to venture farther out to get them. The haul back would be more difficult each year I would imagine.
Anyway I have enjoyed all your pictures and adventures concerning your wilderness home life and wish you the very best Gary.
This is beautifully penned, Gary.I..…love..…trees…...any
And the favors of morning, tempered thru the pines
And the sounds of wind, only trees can provide
This is beautifully penned, Gary.
You've taken care of God's creation just as he purposed mankind to do.
And you've appreciate His creation fully.
I'll bet He's looking down saying, "well done, my good and faithful servant"