Well, Maine-iacs would be kinder and more accurate. We’re up in Bar Harbor and Acadia in Maine for a few days. We’re staying in a different motel than we usually do and unfortunately our internet access is a bit spotty. But it’s sunny and there seems to be plenty of bright fall foliage left on the trees, as opposed to carpeting the ground. I’ll snap pictures and do my best to upload them tonight.
We had a bit of an adventure over the weekend. Our barn was restored (read: brought back from the brink of disaster) about ten years ago. It has three bays and a loft. The center bay is where we garage our Subaru. The right hand bay used to hold our other car until we became a one car family. The left hand bay is where Chuck has his workshop. Chuck stepped through the doorway from the center bay into the workshop and the floor gave way beneath him! He’s fine. But the floor dropped a good six inches. We crawled around under the barn with flashlights to get a clearer sense of what the heck had happened. It’s ugly but repairable. At least that’s what Roger, one of the guys (read: miracle workers) who restored the barn a decade ago, said when we called him. He’ll stop by this week to see what’s needed and we’ll all get to work on it when we return.
And no, we refuse to rename our home “ The Money Pit”!