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The beavers were right, again. — 12 Comments

  1. Stef,

    Really, there isn’t much Will can’t do. A former Marine, he learned electronics and can repair generators etc or about anything with wires. He has also been a master carpenter, taught home building, logged both with equipment and Belgian horses and has been a lifetime hometeader. He’s like me; if he doesn’t know how to do something, he reads up on it and gives it a try. You don’t learn by quitting.

  2. Ellendra,

    It’s too early to tell what the beavers will tell us about summer. I’ve got to see them and right now they’re under three feet of ice and snow! I’ll keep you posted when the time comes.

  3. Sorry for the loss of Arjet. The window looks great! Looking forward to warmer temps here in Michigan too (right after the next snow storm coming tonight.)

  4. I am sorry to hear about your horse. I really like your windows! They look great. So keep us informed what the beavers say about this summer! So far they beat everyone in predicting the weather!! You could have your own weather show!!! Thanks for sharing all you do!

  5. Is there anything your hubby can’t do???

    (we already know you’re a mistress of a thousand skills)

    It would be interesting to learn a little of his background, if you and he would not consider that to be intrusive.

  6. I’m curious what the beavers are saying about this summer. We agreed on our predictions for winter. For summer, I’m predicting moderate to slightly below average rainfall, but nowhere near the drought we had last year.

  7. Our woolly bear caterpillars were all black this year—meaning little snow. So far, only a skiff or two of the stuff.

    Love the windows! Congrats! Blessings.

  8. The window looks beautiful with its new frame. That is so interesting about the beavers. Around here, people try to predict the weather according to the coloring of the wooly bear caterpillar. I don’t think it’s a reliable method though. The beavers seem to be much more reliable.

  9. Jackie,
    Yes, your windows look great! You are a blessed woman!

    I just wanted to tell you that I am so sorry you lost Arjet. It is never easy to lose a “family” member let alone your beloved old horse. He must have had a pretty good life to be into his 20’s. I’m so glad he went peacefully in his sleep. I am sorry for your loss. You are a sweet, gentle woman and I am relatively certain this wasn’t easy for you. God Bless you, Jackie.

    Thank you for all you do to help us all in sharing your experiences.

    Sincerely,
    Terry

    RIP, Arjet