Three moose have been gallivanting up and down Back Street -- crisscrossing the road when and where they choose. Although I don't think they actually "own the road" they certainly make the decision for me as to when I can proceed!
I hope your new year has started out well! Crazy weather -- snow -- high winds -- thawing!
Ladies Aid members are planning a first-time-ever carnival for March! In February, they'll also be hosting their annual sliding/skating party and an Italian supper.
Ash burns as well green as it does dry. "Back in the day" if a woman were made to cook with green wood (other than ash), it was grounds for divorce. A much quoted ditty ends: " ... But ash that's green Or ash that's dry, A king can warm his slippers by." I got that info from Yankee Trivia by Peter Farrow.
John and Georgia Sweatt are back from the South and staying in their camp on Andre's Autobahn.
Kenny Gibbons has been plowing and sanding with the town's newly acquired truck.
Selectmen have been working on the town's budget for the ensuing year and preparing for the annual Town Meeting.
Andre and Flossie Bernier were visiting relatives and friends in town on Sunday. They recently returned from Cameron, S.C., after spending Christmas with their son, Ryan, and his family.
Have a wonderful week! Selah.