We spent Friday afternoon looking out at this beautiful view.
This is near the mouth of the mighty Miramichi River in New Brunswick. The river is famous for it's salmon fishing and ship building in the 17 and 1800's as well as it's amazing beauty.
What were these people looking at?
I'll share that with you in my next post but I'll give you a hint.
It has something to do with sails.
No, not "sales".
Today is so hot and humid - 28C or 88F. I was out helping Dad and Lad (hubby and son) clean up the 4 huge pine trees that were cut down 2 weeks ago. What a mess! Anyway. I was merely picking up brush and raking it a bit and tossing a few pieces of wood but the sweat was dripping into my eyes, I'm drenched with sweat and my hair is a fuzzy ball so I gave up after 40 minutes. I shouldn't be doing this work at all due to the issues with my back and shoulders. I love to do it and it kind of tears at my pride
a bit a lot to not help. However, this pain in the back is costing us a lot of money to repair so I must refrain. Besides, it's too hot!
The men have left to dump another load of wood and brush so I'm going to make some lunch and fruit smoothies to boost their energy. Then I'm going to do some flower planting.
What are you doing this weekend?
I'll be back tomorrow with a post about the Miramichi Tall Ships Festival. It was a beautiful sight.
Have a blessed weekend. Stay cool!