This week's list:
In my town there is a tree growing in a barn. It all started hundreds of years ago when Lafayette visited here. To mark the occasion a tree was planted and named the Lafayette Elm. In 1855 the owner wanted to expand his barn but preserve the tree so he built around it leaving a hole in the middle so the tree could grow unimpeded. The orignial barn was destroyed in the 1920's.
Years later the owner of the property moved a barn from a neighboring town board by board and rebuilt it in the same spot as the original barn.
While my dirty pans soaked in soap bubbles
I soaked myself in some bubbles.
I do love bubbles.
Time to put away the fall stuff and get ready for the winter decor. I'm ahead of schedule this year. Here's my favorite snaowman couple.
In the Kitchen
I haven't spent much time in the kitchen this weekend but I was in the Kitchen Store. Here are a few items that caught my attention. The hands are actually pepper mills. Pretty cool!
There is no place like home.
Thanks to Ashley for hosting Scavenger Hunt Sunday.