This is my workspace. Here is where I write grants, administer the conservation practice loan account, manage the finances of the district and my very favorite thing, write the tri-county newsletter. If you are ever in a body cast and can't reach the remote to turn on re-runs of Gilligan's Island, but can reach your computer mouse, click here to read a copy.
This is the view from my desk. Not surprisingly, I neatened up the area for this photo. Usually there are loan folders, grant invoices, 310 permit applications, legal notices, maps, irrigation designs and miscellaneous other bits of paperwork covering it.
Here is my computer alcove (I like that word, don't you?). You will notice the ever-present cup of coffee, the speakers (because I jam at work) and of course the digital picture frame my son gave me. I love that thing!
Here is a view of the rest of the office. We kind of enjoy having plants around the place, as you might have noticed. Most of them were started from little sprouts, not even 3 years ago. Our soil technician has a very green thumb (which I keep asking him to wash, because, really...ewwww).
This, obviously, is part of the outside of the building; it probably wouldn't be a good idea to show more than that. Stalkers and all, ya know. Do you see the size of those snowflakes? It snowed all darned day long, again!
I will, however, show you a picture of a house that is very near my office. In addition to being a very neat looking old building, it has a great deal of colorful local history surrounding it. Back in the very early 1900's it was the local whore house.