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Saturday, April 13, 2013

Afternoon in Pictures

Black Berry Cobbler fresh from the oven...

Just missing the Vanilla Bean ice cream.

Dogwood tree in our front yard

Wild Rose I liberated from a drainage ditch a couple years ago - gotta find something unique to train it up. For now I've tied it up with Bakers twine.

Flowering Almond

After last night you'd think I'd stay away from anything capable of stinging...

NOT! I just HAD to try to capture this fellow working his heart out.

Scott mowing - trying to keep us off the hot list with the NN that turns everyone in for grass height. And yes... NN= Noisy Neighbor.

We don't have to wait for Christmas to kiss under Mistletoe.

I just love these two scrangly oak trees in our front yard.

And the Tulip Poplar by the drive way is so tall and majestic!


  1. Beautiful pics. Oh how I want cobbler now. B

  2. `i also want a bit of that cobbler , mmmmyummy yummy , will eat it and my whole mouth around the lips will be full of cherries, yummy my mouth is watering xx Amelia xxx

  3. That cobbler looks delicious! Makes me want to make a pie of some sort.

    Happy Spring ~ FlowerLady

  4. Omigosh, you have regulated grass height! Sounds like an episode of Desperate Housewives. Lol, our paddocks are waist to chest high on short little me (5'2") with grass. Your neighbour would have heart failure over here, especially as the Brahman bull can't be seen if he sits down :).
    Shame you can't airmail a piece of that cobbler to Oz.
    Robyn xo

  5. Fabulous landscape and all the critters in it. Very nice. I can't imagine being concerned about anyone's grass, but then again, I am hardly concerned with my

  6. Oh, and I meant to add I cannot believe how many blossoms you have already! Here things are starting to bud, but other than a few crocus and daffodils I have not seen any blooms yet. Right around the corner though. I adore the dogwood blossoms.


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