Spring is approaching and our timber frame is ready for the new season. The light filtering in through the windows is changing from that winter clear to a spring dazzle. The timber frame is highlighted by the sunbeams and with the time changing next week, the sunny evenings will seem longer.
Our timber frame porches have waited patiently for these days. They’ll be washed and swept and the rockers and porch swing will get lots of use. Coffee will be sipped on the side porch as we watch the birds come to the pond for a drink and the fish break water.
Your timber frame should “grow” in the warm months. Timber frames are a natural when it comes to outdoor living space. They offer the same charm and stability that you have inside and comfortably frame your views and access to the outdoors.
We’ll have photos of the yard work in progress soon. David is having shoulder trouble (a timely ailment, huh?), but we’ll get it done and our new timber frame home, resting comfortably on the space that was occupied by our old, worn home, will settle into the timeless setting.
So, after a long, wet, and white winter we are ready for daffodils, grass, birds, and buds…all viewed through open windows and in fresh air.