Wednesday, December 12, 2012

A sudden change of Pace...

My Christmas porch was almost finished. I was out getting some very nice fresh seaweed when I got a call to spend a few days working in Fort Nelson... left Tuesday 8:30 am, should be back on the 20th. Flying in/out. Took cold weather gear. Going back again in the new year.

A view of Middlenatch Island and that awesome seaweed

Christmas Porch, Pookie helping me to pack and old bridge over Oyster River

More Christmas Porch shots. 

Favorite activity this season is creating an outdoor Christmas themed porch from whatever I have around the yard and sheds.

Just noticed, this is my 300th post.

Sharing with Cozy Little HouseFunky Junk Interiors Home Decor, Made in a Day, Chic on a Shoestring, The Thrifty Grove, The Charm of Home, Somewhat Simple, Rooted in Thyme, Funky Junk InteriorsMockingbird Hill Cottage,  From My Front Porch to Yours, Fishtail Cottage, A Southern Daydreamer,  Fireflies and Jellybeans, Saving4Six, Colorado Lady, Brambleberry Cottage, Have a Cup of Mrs. Olson, The Ironstone NestThe Farmhouse PorchCoastal Charm,  Creative Cain Cabin, Our Delightful Home, Lisas Chaos Macro Monday


  1. Love your outdoor touches Rob and Pookie is just adorable! Thanx for joining us at THT. Hope your week is going well.

  2. Have a safe trip and stay warm. Loved seeing the outdoor scenes.

  3. So what do you do with nice fresh seaweed??

  4. Happy 300th post!

    Such beautiful scenery. Glad Pookie lent a hand in the packing. :)

  5. Love the rustic look of your outdoor porch Christmas display! Thank you for sharing at TTF.

  6. Very nice! Happy 300th! Happy Holidays too!

  7. You live in a beautiful area, to be able to see the water when you fist wake up in the morning must be glorious. Have a safe trip! Congratulations on 300th.

  8. Rob, Thanks for sharing your inspiring post at Simple & Sweet Fridays. Happy 300th post!! Love all your wonderful photos!


  9. Congratulations on your 300th post! As always, I love all your photos - it so beautiful where you live.

    Thanks for joining in this week, Rob!

  10. Great porch decor Rob. Not sure if it's an old stove or what, but I love the pic next to the bells. Congrats on #300. Hope you have a good trip. Thanks for sharing with 'Creating Christmas'

  11. I love all the seaweed! Kelp is a big part of my diet for good health. Great looking outdoor touches for Christmas.


  12. Such original photo mosaics. Especially appreciate the way you've found Christmas in the ordinary things around you--all that's needed foe a little magic is the candle glow and a touch of greenery.

  13. Rob, I love all the rusty parts you used in your decorating. I am a girl who loves rust. Beautifully done. Thanks for linking up to the cabin this week. Hope you drop back by next Monday:)


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