I have an interview for a part time job tomorrow. I had one a couple of weeks ago that I didn't get. I am hopeful for this one. I just need a little extra money to help me grow my writing business and, of course, save the Element.
We are having some friends up to Mt. Matt this weekend for a barbecue and to play music. We got a new little barrel smoker. We've already smoked a venison roast and grilled some salmon on it. It will be exiting to smoke a pork butt.
Also, we have solar spider. A really pretty black and white spined micrathena has built her intricate web between the solar panels and the tree. If you don't like spiders, you may want to scroll quickly past this photo:
Inspired by my friend and neighbor as well as a fellow tiny house blogger, I decided to see what my little Cannon camera can do. I've always been more of a point and click photographer and many of my amateur photos on this blog show that very clearly. But, my old camera does have some pretty neat settings. Even though I am pining for the fall colors, I thought I would get a photo of our woods with the vivid green setting:
And then I enjoyed playing around with the sepia:
You may also notice that we finally took down the saw horses! This is a huge milestone for Life in 120 Square Feet. It means that we have finally finished all the essential work and can just concentrate on living.