The Dreadful Dismals arrive in the North Country. Cabin Fever Club to the rescue.

Posted on October 31, 2009


This is not a black and white photo. Last night’s big blow ushered in the Dreadful Dismals, and that’s exactly what it looked like at the Writing Studio and Bait Shop just a few minutes ago.

October 31 - 10:00 am - Silver and Pine

This is what it looked like on Wednesday afternoon. What we have here is one of those life lessons. I’m pretty sure it means something like, Autumn is fleeting. Eat fresh donuts while you can.

October 28 - 12:30 pm - Gold and Pine

One more pair and then I’ll stop whining and tell you what I think we should do about it.

October 31 - 10:00 am - Bare Bones

October 28 - 12:30 pm - Golden Party Dress

Since there appears to be no percentage in exploring the Great Outdoors this weekend, it must be time to start posting things on the Cabin Fever Club page. I propose a little frolicking detour to the Dennos Museum on Sunday. There are two special exhibitions that I want to see. You can read more about River of Gold: Precolombian Treasures from Sitio Conte and Arts of the Woodland Indians on the Dennos website.  You can call me, or catch me at the Market tonight, or leave a comment below and make plans to join me.  Or you can just show up at the Writing Studio and Bait Shop at noon and catch a ride.  Here’s what it looked like Wednesday.  No telling what it’ll look like tomorrow.

October Perspective