Island Living may be fun, but I'm not up to the challenge.
In Part 2 of my backstory for the "Eco-Friendly" build challenge, a Brindletonian returns to her family's roots and builds her dream home.
For over two centuries, the lighthouse on Deadgrass Isle has kept watch over the sailors heading into Brindleton Bay Harbor. The lighthouse keepers and their cottage have seen many changes over the decades. Part 1 of a two-part history of this iconic landmark. This is my backstory for Ninnster00's "Eco-Friendly" build challenge.
Farm chores, horses, contests, and cars. Just a summer day in Appaloosa Plains.
"It's Magic" -- this month's theme -- and my entry. Although it's July, this is a HarvestFest story about Johnny Zest, comedian and friend of the garden gnomes.
From Lava Man to Foxes, a change of pace for me.
Meet Sandy Beach, founder for my Island Living Challenge. This is a "look book" of her outfits.
Meet Erwin Pries, lifelong StrangerVille resident, local conspiracy theorist and Curio Shop owner, who lives in a tiny house in the trailer park.
StrangerVille has become a popular stop with travelers, and this town is growing.
The first part of a three-part history of StrangerVille.