after it finished raining yesterday afternoon I ran outside to clip these roses. big shaggy perfumed flowers that just get bigger and bigger inside as they unfurl. i've actually turned the heat on. winter is officially here. well, i mean the beginning of the end of fall. how's that?
next weekend might bring rain too which means i'll get to make good use of the woodstove in the cabin.
this is the last of the budapest travel journal posts. i have a few weeks before i need to start thinking about sewing up a new log book for my journey to san cristobal de las casas in mid-december.
in the meantime it's good to crack open the neglected visual journal and start making messes in between those covers again.
my sister is getting ready to start her budapest travel journal marathon over HERE !
thanks for all the kind words on my last post about solo travel. when i started blogging almost 5 years ago I couldn't have imagined that one day I'd be tramping around with a nice group of people in my back pocket. i love having you tag along. i carry your enthusiastic presence with me. sometimes i feel like you're that giant team of verizon support staff who follow people around. you know that commercial?
when i return from my forested walkabout i'll share the cabin info in case you want to have a rustic adventure there too. i found it via another blogger (!) and was instantly smitten. what? you want to see a picture NOW? well okay… but just a little one.
these roses are filling moss cottage with the sweetest scent. the benefits of living in a 648 sq. foot space…