CABIN & COTTAGE COLLECTION
He threatened divorce when she cabled him news of her purchase. But it was 1920, and that just wasn't done. Besides, he was truly in love with her.
One glorious week of fly fishing and drinking Prohibition whiskey on a screened-in porch big enough to hold his bullnose Morris Cowley roadster, and he is convinced that the purchase was his idea. Really.
Thank God for the flash of a trout leaping, the whisper of daisies in the wind, the tickle of dune grass, and the snuffle of bears eating acorns. Thank God for that independent woman who was my great grandmother.
Trout Leaping, Butterflies & Daisies, Dune Grass, and Bears & Acorns — grilles that commemorate the joy in living.