Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Why I Moved to the Country: Reason #21


Perfect on a crisp fall night with a mug of apple cider.
And we no longer have to worry about a neighbour calling the fire department on us.

Click here if you missed out on the action of building the fire pit and the first time we used it!


Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

This evening is a bit crisper than I would prefer - we have a glaze of ice on our deck! I don't think I'm ready for the winter just yet. Thanks for the kind birthday wish on my blog. It was really a good day today. It's one day I will treasure for a long time.

Janean said...

It looks wonderful...Hope you had some marshmallows!

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

I love our fire pit! It has hosted a lot of get togethers and many wonderful, late night,
oh, so quiet good talks between J and I!
I love how you love living in the country :)

Thank you for your sweet comments about the birth and the new life in the barn.
Glad we are "friends!"

Flat Creek Farm said...

Love your firepit with the reclaimed brick. The story about the birthday party & 10 year old boys was priceless! Sadly, we haven't made time to use ours (just a big metal ring) this year. I think we need to put it away for the winter, and make definite plans to use it next year! -Tammy

Debbie said...

Nice! I can feel the warmth from here. And believe me it feels good.

Wren said...

Oh yea!! Huge campfire fans here. Had one yesterday afternoon as we worked outside. Sigh.. nothing better! So nice to meet you!

Unknown said...

That is the number one reason our family wants property in the country. A firepit!

Dandy said...

Ah, I love the way everything you wear and your hair smells of bonfire afterwards!

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

I wish we had a place to do that! Looks so fun.

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

Thank you so very much for the awesome comment you left. You made me blush :)
My Dad keeps telling everyone how nice the blogger community is!! You helped make his day with your sweetness.
You rock, Andrea!