That is yet another reason why I love being surrounded by woods!
As long as the trees are not too close
I know what you mean. Gotta make it comfortable for the wives! My place is at the end of a paved road with lots of nice houses on it but when you get to the end you are on my driveway. I can see the next door neighbour's roof in the winter when the leaves are off from my 2nd floor but that is it. If it was just me I would live in a one room cabin on my woodlot and go completely feral! Might come out now and then for salt and coffee!I've tried talking the misses into selling this place and move out to the cottage more times than I can think , being empty nesters now , its the hour plus drive to and from thats a killer , in stormy weather she would curse it , plus extra gas, repairs but no damm mortgage any more , on our own power source , but no internet out there , pros to living there and no damm neighbors ! Weather wise is a challenge out there due to snow removal on main road , sometimes it's 3-4 days b4 plows come thru from Either DOT depot . By then roads are a mess .
OMG, I am looking around for a drone. You have accurately described me in winter minus the Wrangler jeans and cowboy boots complete with a tin of snuff!I can see you coming out like a ground hog , long beard , suspenders and a old hat with checked shirt and Wood cutter pants .
Just yanking yer chain all is good , I be the same way , hate the city . When out the country it's almost a fight to go back
Could not agree more.
Trees here are whipping around but none to close to the house and it seems like the rain has eased up a little.
This is the first time I remember them giving accumulation totals for over a couple of days. I think that's the only way they can make this storm seem anywhere near the hype.
Having said that, it is supposed to be very high winds through the eastern part of the province and CB.