Friday, November 08, 2013

We've moved!

Hello from Lostview! After a long hiatus and lots of change, we are finally back up online at a new address. 
Our website features lamb, produce, and wool products from Becca & Chris at Lostview. It's a new format, with a blog, and we hope you'll like it.


Friday, July 27, 2012

We are on the opposite end of the season spectrum since my last post. I wanted to capture what the farm is like in July after an early, hot summer. Our camera is broken, so this shaky iPod video will have to suffice! Click this link for the tour.

Does this mean the blog is up and running again? Well, for today it is. I am not ready to commit to any regular life-sharing again at this point, as said life is just moving so fast, I can hardly keep up in real time. But, I'll be back again. Sometime. :D

Friday, December 16, 2011

A Toast to Amy

During Amy J's annual fall visit, she and I share in an evening ritual of clinking our glasses of wine at 5 p.m. (wine provided by Amy, glasses provided by moi.) I used one of these beauties this year and Amy shared my love of their delicate crystal loveliness. A set of 8 were given to us by the Roths as a wedding gift and I've always loved them. Amy asked that I email her a photo of one so she could keep an eye out for others like it in her neck of the west coast woods. But, I opted to share the photo here instead, as this little 4 oz glass represents so very much for me: 11+ years of marriage, my dear family Diane and Randy Roth, a toast to Amy Jackson, and many-a-tasty beverage, be it wine, whiskey, egg nog, orange juice, or limoncello. Cheers!

Monday, December 12, 2011


I'm not sure exactly why, but there are a couple of people who really *really* want to see photos of my bathroom, even though it's not quite finished and is still looking rather boring to my eye. To protect their privacy, I won't use their real names. Knock yourselves out, Trista and Mamy!


This gorgeous hunk of horse is Killian, my latest project. He's a 3/4 Gypsy horse, and has been lovely to get going: light and forward, with a smooth, ground-covering stride.