Longleaf Stories

full circle in the hundred acre wood

IMG_1844 Wow. First chance I’ve had to even look at the laptop in three days! Back soon. Hope you all are having a safe, warm holiday. Happy is nice, too. As you can see from the wrecking crew below, we’ve been having full house fun.

IMG_1881  The Lady in Red is Buck’s niece, Sue, who brought tales of the great New Hampshire ice storm of 2008, which she braved along with her two dogs and cat at her home in Middleton, NH. The kids are Krista, Ariel, Andie, April, Julia and Alex (our local crop of gkids).



0 thoughts on “Scenes from A Home Christmas

  1. Dick says:

    Happy faces, all! Looking forward to many links in 2009.


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