Mel, You are some hard working people. We burn wood also. But no entirely. But it sure helps to keep our fuel bills down. So I know that stack of wood is a huge job. Love your pretty tree pictures. Blessings to you and your hubby. xoxo,Susie
Even for us Half city slickers,we know that much wood is a LOT of work. The red sauce looks delicious.. Glad you all have that wood cut and stacked, That much wood would take care of a southern house for 5-10 years....Now that dessert is what I call some kind of good looking sweets..Love to y'all from South Carolina.
Beautiful trees. We're still using the air conditioner here.
Glad your wood is all ready for the winter. You are so right, the colors are absolutely gorgeous!! I hope to get out tomorrow and get some more photos!!!
That is a lot of wood, not to mention a lot of hard work. Glad it's behind you for now. Those plums look scrumptious.
Glad to hear that the firewood is done, now I can come for a visit and not be put to work right away. Your plum sauce looks amazing. Can I put in my order now for some homemade egg rolls with plum sauce when I come home? Don't worry I will cook for you too. I love you and miss you. Hope to see you in a few weeks!!!
Nothing like a beautifully stacked rack of wood to make my heart sing. Let's hope 30 cords will be enough for the winter - folks everywhere say this winter will be just as harsh as last year, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed it wont be. Would you pass on your reicpes for the Kuchen and the plum Sweet Sour Asian Dipping Sauce? They both look delicious and I've got tons of both fruits awaiting a new recipe :)