Great friends are always the best way to begin a new year. (L to R: M.J., Pamela, Kuno, Mike)
Iron Works Distillery's latest creation a Pear in a Bottle. We had to add one to our collection. So nice to have a local distillery.
Learned to knit in February by watching YouTube videos and help from local knitters like Dawn in Mahone Bay and Mimi in Halifax. After a scarf and a hat I started my first pair of socks in March.
Drum circle on Dawn's birthday at the old Biscuit Eater. We are so happy that Cara and Fredrick bough the BE and have made it their home and continued allowing all of us to make it our community center.
Cruised from Rome, to Egypt, Turkey, Greece, and ended in Venice. Stayed over for several lovely days and nights.
We moved to BlueRocks in May and a knitting angel left a knitted rock in front of the house. We never discovered who left it, but enjoyed it every day until it moved on its journey.
The Tall Ships arrived in Lunenburg and hosted a three day celebration at the docks.
We helped start a new theatre company in town called It's Alive Theatre, Playwrights (l to r) Pamela, Rick, Alison, Lloyd, and Susan (not pictured).
Cynthia Whitcomb came for a visit and we toured her around for a week while she lead a two-day writing workshop for local writers.
Jon Allen and Chris Anderson acted in my play, "Old Fools" as a part of It's Alive Theatre Company's production of A Evening of Short Plays. Everyone in the company had a wonderful time and we sold out all three performances. Thank you everyone, especially Jon and Chris.
Fall settled into Blue Rocks with golden colors and great weather.
Pamela and I enjoyed a productive month of writing and a quiet holiday season. Happy New Year to all.