To me, Tweedside means home, family, natural beauty, and simplicity. I love it so much I named my shop Tweedside Road. And so I wanted to share a few photographs of Tweedside Road in early March.
Definitely not my favourite season (in fact, winter is at the bottom of my list) but winter does have a unique beauty that I find myself appreciating.
Tweedside Road was named by the Scottish settlers who laid claim to this beautiful land, in honour of Scotland’s River Tweed. The road actually runs the length of Oromocto Lake which can be seen in the distance in the top photo.
The lane to our piece of heaven on the lake is snowed in but it won’t be long until we dip our toes in that sparkling water again.
It is a perfect place to take my girl, Bentley for a run. She is an awesome dog!
These photos were taken late in the day and a tiny moon shines over frozen Oromocto Lake.
I’ve always admired this lovely home down the road. It’s not a coincidence that my home is also red and white in the old farmhouse style.
The sun is setting over South Tweedside. We will visit another day. I’ll bet the dog toothed violets will be blooming.