We usually try to take a small trip every winter, but between moving and Mary starting a new job, it just didn’t happen this year.
Now that we’re finally about settled, we took an early spring trip to Frankenmuth, America’s little Bavaria. Since Frankenmuth is only a little over an hour away and has multiple breweries, it seemed like the perfect weekend retreat.
We loaded up our bikes only to have a chilly, overcast weekend, but we still had a great time walking around downtown and enjoying the alpine architecture and scenery.
While there’s still a fair amount of work to be done after a month in our Tiny House, it’s starting to feel like home. Everything’s moved. Our bedroom is done. Our living room is done. Kitchen needs some fine-tuning. Office is still a room of boxes.
We’ll have some better pictures once everything is finished, but with our one-month Tiny House anniversary occurring yesterday, I’d thought I’d post a little sneak peek of our new home.
You may recall the Hudson Bay inspired crib blanket I made for my nephew when he was born. My sister, Rachel, takes lovely portraits of children and families. She has been taking photos of Henry every few month to send out to the family. My blanket made an appearance in the 8-month photos she recently took. These are about so cute I could die. I’m one proud aunt!
I can’t stop looking at Vintage National Geographic Scans. There’s such a wealth of imagery there. As a kid, my dad had about 20 years worth of NationalGeographics in our basement. I wish we still had them today.