For the record, Carpenter Country is not haunted.
Here in Carpenter Country, we don’t always travel in the same direction as everyone else.
Can we find common ground? No, we don’t have aspirations of solving the world’s problems, wonderful as that would be. Common ground is what we look for here in Carpenter Country as we compile the news for the week.
We’re weather watchers here in Carpenter Country.
The month of April celebrates both poetry and nature, which makes sense to those of us living in Carpenter Country, since we think the two belong together.
Rain fell for several back-to-back days in Carpenter Country this week, so naturally we got to thinking about the poem, The Rainy Day, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
We’re library fans here in Carpenter Country, and this week we were honored to have two of our books accepted into the collection of a local library.
Yep, we’ve been speeding around the internet again.
Here in Carpenter Country, we are often inspired by our flying feathered friends.
Guess what came to mind first when author friend Dominique Eastwick asked about our obsessions.