• Heather Cardle

#FrameItFriday (week 40 season 5)


#FrameItFriday (week 40 season 5)


I know Fall officially began a few days ago but around here on my page I like to begin my run of it on October 1st with this preview photo posted today (kind of like Christmas Eve). Listen, I know it's been a seriously shit week for a lot of folks because of that nasty bee-yotch Fiona and supreme jerk Ian, it's also Truth and Reconciliation Day here today as well. Here are ways you can help and also learn:


Legacy of Hope: https://legacyofhope.ca/?fbclid=IwAR3QEAq3zyoX2CsUSRPiqX_shFDkfo6ywieaNAtStgOXp8fKiwhFLo0mlXM

Hurricane Fiona: https://www.redcross.ca/donate/appeal/donate-to-the-hurricane-fiona-in-canada-appeal#bd92abae-8d6b-4aa0-afb8-d59f08e9d3d3

Hurricane Ian: https://www.redcross.org/donate/donation.html/


Let's get back to fall talk shall we? This is the last day of September, I mean, geesh I could have sworn I just posted my September 1st photo and BAM, here we are with October starting tomorrow! Yikes! It would seem that the leaves are changing colours with the flick of a switch. Here's a tip, as much as I LOVE Algonquin Park, it is going to be a nightmare for traffic this coming weekend and for the few weeks to follow. If you have not booked ahead, forget it, go somewhere else! There's miles and miles of back country roads you can travel along to get your fall colour fix. Best check out other options instead of lining up along 60 which will most likely be the equivalent of being on the 401 on a Friday at 4pm. Just sayin'.


About the photo, it's along my "see you in an hour" route aka "back way to town". I like these roads because I can back up on them without someone coming up behind me and I don't have to turn around. I just like the colour of the leaves, the old school fencing and the white of the birch. What is your fav coloured leaf?


Couple of housekeeping items this week: yes, I am putting out a 6th 2023 calendar soonish....I'm hoping to keep the pricing the same as last year but I best speak to my printer first (don't forget I donate a portion of those sales to a local community cause. So stay tuned)...I will procrastinate a bit more and get to you after Thanksgiving (the Canadian one, not the American one). Other item: does anyone have any good ideas of what to do with heating duct pipes? Like a crafty idea? We've quite a few up in our barn and before I scrap them, I wanted to know what your thoughts would be as to a crafty use for them?


It's a "maintenance" day around here so I best pitter-patter and get at 'er. Have a safe and enjoyable weekend.


Peace, love and kumbaya,

Heather


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