The Home Office
This week I've been working at home where it's easier to write. Most mornings find me up in the birding tower where, when I glance up from my labors, I can survey our farm and the surrounding habitat.
Two weeks ago, I put in a wireless network so now, with my laptop, I can write, answer e-mails, update "Bill of the Birds" and generally be productive from anywhere in the house, including our tower.
Yesterday I saw two red-tailed hawks, a red-shouldered, a big female Cooper's hawk, and a courting pair of pileated woodpeckers--all birds that I would have missed if I had not been working in the tower.
Here's the view from the home office.