I have a clutter of things I've wanted to post about but as usual life gets in the way, so I'll just line them up here and make it free choice grazing.
A wonderful schoolhouse turned into a home in Nova Scotia, moved to a dream perfect site that I'm sure looks very different in winter.
The first food site I've gotten excited about in awhile, The Crucian Contessa. Of course, it helps if you like island food, in this case, Crucian food, though she goes outside those boundaries, if there are any in the first place. All I know for sure is this week's recipe is going to be conch in brown butter sauce, a dish that is probably one of my favorites of all island dishes, and I'm going to try to make it.
|Jean Francois with one of the weirder looking fish I've ever seen here, a hog fish.|
|Wing and wing, one of the prettiest and more comfortable ways to sail|
I've seen this presented in quite a few articles on design, with no credit given for the photos, so sorry about that, whoever took these! But I had to have them here so if I lose the original, I know it's on the blog to come back to see. I'm not sure what it in the combination of light and space that draws me so much (though I would have a different style of rungs/steps to the bed loft, and the kitchen needs a window - I think that's all I'd change), but something does.
Have a take two Tuesday. Do something tenderly.