Posting early today; whimsy I guess. Rain came in overnight, drippy and good for the plants, although the accompanying cool temps slow them down.

When you’re inhabiting a small house, your living space extends to the out-of-doors, so you watch the weather a lot (or maybe I’m just talking me here). The breeze is kicking up a tad, but the lake still merely has riffles. Inbound, not offshore.

Anyway, the lupines are showing off another of their talents by catching water droplets in their leaves.

One comment

  1. kayak woman says:

    I absolutely agree about extending living spaces outside. Our cabin is very small and was even smaller when I was a kid and we didn’t have the upstairs. Absolutely essential to have an adjacent forest and beach. Unfortunately, that philosophy doesn’t work too well when it’s -10 Fahrenheit (-;