I’ve been thinking the same thing as I look out my back window at my lazy hammock. I’m using it less and less as the days cool. Soon it will be time to bring it inside. A sad day for sure. That is a BEAUTIFUL setting.
Gorgeous, gorgeous photo, Paul! I love autumn’s crisp edges and rich colours, but I also hate to see summer disappearing. I don’t have a hammock, but like to sit out on our deck. We covered the chairs yesterday as the first rain in several weeks descended.
Glorious! Just had my own hammock reunion, back down south after Southeast’s salmon season closed last week. Not comparable to your setting, but a soothing experience regardless. Wishing you well as the seasons transition!
My debut novel, Surviving Bear Island, a Junior Library Guild Selection, came out in March 2015 from Move Books. When I'm not writing I spend lots of time exploring the roadless areas of Alaska on foot and by kayak. I also teach English. I am represented by Amy Tipton of Signature Literary Agency.
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