Posts tagged: homestead visitors

End of the Season

By , September 26, 2016

Yesterday, we hosted one of Michelle’s coworkers and his girlfriend for lunch at the homestead.

Michelle walked Lettie out to the bay to reunite her with her family, then hiked home with our guests and their beautiful husky from their summer residence in the bay.

We’d been anxious to invite them out all summer, but with the hectic tour season, and the two of them tag-teaming the office’s management, finding time to recreate together proved tough. In fact, they left town for the winter today.

Our autumn begins to show her colors (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).Our autumn begins to show her colors (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

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“But Enough About Myself. What Do YOU Think of Me?”

By , October 19, 2013

Me, me, me, I, I, I, we, us, we, us. You’d think this blog is all about the Zeiger family or something.

Well, for today, here’s what someone else thinks about us!

You may recall our story about a visit from Sarah and Hani, who are traveling the country in their homemade RV, Skyhorse (see Skyhorse Comes to Mud Bay). Now, they’ve posted their impressions of the visit on their blog.

I love the photos they took of our place. I also appreciate Hani’s lyricism in describing us!:

“I love their spirit—a spirit nesting in the treasure of nature. In our contemporary world that encourages making our lives convenient and lavish, the Zeigers have ignored this and followed their hearts. It affirms that those that follow their hearts receive rewards that are hidden in the waves of conformity.”

We need to put that in the brochure!

Climbing the first hill toward home (Photo: Hani or Sarah, swiped from their blog post)

It’s refreshing and flattering to learn someone else’s take on our “homestead.” You can read it here.

Incidentally, the boat they saw north of town is one of my brother, Dave’s designs, available on his Web site.

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