Outdoor Fireplace

Here’s a rich guy’s outdoor fireplace. At least it used to belong to a rich guy. He’s dead now. The fireplace – and the house it’s attached to – now belong to a county park. They use it as a conference center or something like that. It looks like it was truly beautiful back when the rich guy owned it. Great Art taken during our August camping trip. Part of my famous Camping series.

Normal work Friday. I came home a little early, so we had time to jacuzzify this evening. It’s about 9:30 now and I’m already exhausted. Time for bed.

The weekend isn’t very well planned at this point. It turns out LRN6 isn’t coming for LRN12 tomorrow. We don’t know when he’ll be here at this point. So we have LRN12 with us for the foreseeable future, I guess. Need to start treating it like it’s permanent. We’re really enjoying her.

Anyway, the pool filters really need cleaning badly, so I’ll get that done. Also have lots of other things that could be cleaned up and/or put away and/or thrown away. Need to get to a few of them.

The food violence crime wave continues. Today’s heinousness: chicken robbery.

See you on Monday.

One Response to “Outdoor Fireplace”

  1. Andy Morrow Says:

    I remember that house. It was beautiful. It was too bad they were using it as a run-down, poorly taken care of kid's science center. With somebody to show it a little TLC, it would have been wonderful all over again. We ought to build a house like it. There's just something about stone exteriors.

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