I collect them religiously
As I now have been home for about 1 month. I have been busy getting all sorts of things done around the house. Which also includes working on one of my other obsessions. Bird Houses. For some reason I love these things, and love having birds around the house, and in there own ones.
I think there are 6 Birdhouses in this one photo
Little tiny small ones. LOVE THESE
As with anything in my life, I had not realized this has become an obsession, until I have been here looking at every corner and sq inch of the yard.
Birdhouse meet boathouse
I also love old house details. These are vintage from Clayton NY supports
So today, Bird Houses. Just peaceful bird houses.
Old and ratty, just the way I like it
Just finished this one
She sits 12 feet in the air on a 4X6 post. Heavy? Hell yes. Purple martins love it high up. and they love to eat bugs!
The entry sign to our home. We are behind a bunch of homes, and hard to find
Fishing hat birdhouse on the barn
Ready for a hurricane, and always full
Just a boat shot
This is one of my faves. From the 1920’s in New England. The wood is like concrete. Heavy and strong
has very nice details
This house has all the views
Fence and transom art
On the Magnolia
A crazy one just hanging out
Love the kitchen utensils
Tucked in the yard
I build this house almost 20 years ago while at QUIMBY’s in Vermont. These are on lamp posts around the camp. If you want to experience life on a camp in Vermont from the 1800’s this is a great place.
The three ladies greet you as you enter the property