How are you my friends? Any summer plans?
Gorgeous photos! No plans this summer, unfortunately - I can't imagine leaving my garden in August LOL, although if I had someone I could trust with it I'd be gone!
Great photos! Trying to slow down, that's my summer goal.
*If* summer shows up around here... summer plans are to supervise $27k of renovations from The Great Flood. I'm planning on it to take ALL summer therefore I will not be disappointed when it does.
Erin, I hear yah! Darla, sending good relaxing vibes your way. :)Froggy, I like your thinking! lol
I think it's going to be a summer of thrift for me.
Shamy, ??? summer of thrift ??? You ok?
Country music with my choir, show tunes and light opera for my next solo show, and lots of tomato sauce.
So pretty! It can't decide whether it is summer yet here. Still having some really chilly days, but it sure is nice in between. Love your photos!
Let's just say never look a gift transmission in the mouth.
MS, Shamy has turned us all into a bunch of food snobs. No more jar suace for us!ThreeC, can I come and visit you for a spell? :0Shamy, ouch. That hurts.
I like the first picture a lot. The Mrs palnted over 4 dozen tomato plants this year, so I see a lot of sauce in my future - that I, of course, will make.
Lovely photos, if summer is slowing down your garden. I already got my summer vacation. But it was so good, I'm wondering if I can pull off a return trip to South Dakota. There's another family wedding coming up . . .
Of course Buzz! lmaoEggy, your vacay photos were AWESOME!
Plans for summer are to try and stay cool:)Great garden photos by the way. (As you ever post anything but.)
well, we're still waiting for summer to arrive here, but mine includes making things, enjoying the beach and I a few more trips planned. And, my business makes most of its $$ in the Summer so it will also be work/work/work.I love your pictures on this post.
my plan is to avoid mosquitos. what is the plant in the 2nd and 4th photos? i dont know it. slowing down means beach pictures are coming soon. right?
Yes, lots and lots of beach time! John found me a new public parking area that has a nice little bridge over most of the sugar sand. Makes it a lot more handicap friendly.I think the plant is called alyssum???
Stunning my dear!
You are so talented! Great photos!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
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