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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Around Here

First Harvest.  Not exactly going to feed the family on this.  But it sure is pretty!




Where the bounty came from.




Michigan Rocks!





Ruby on our crunchy lawn.  A little dry around here these days.




Waiting for Mama.





Happiness on the Outhouse Door.




Life with a Hunter (two Hunters actually).....I don't even ask anymore.




Rattlesnake Creek running a bit low and slow.




Too drippy hot to work.



Sunshine Girl's Rose of Sharon is blooming!  Un, deux, trois.  (the only other French I remember will have me asking you to do something with me that will make the Bird Man jealous)




Waiting to Blossom.




Enjoying the Bounty. 





Unedited.  That is the way I go about my day.
Thanks for stopping in :-)



6 comments:

Therese's Treasures said...

Hi Christine,
The cucumbers and peas look delicious. I agree just too darn hot to do any thing constructive during the day except for maybe bead shopping, and yes I consider that constructive. ;-)
Therese

Bobbie said...

As someone whose most successful crop to date is a yardful of weeds, I salute you! The snow peas look particularly delicious...

windrock studio said...

The veggies do look so pretty and those pink blooms, too!
Thanks for sharing your day ~

Patti Van said...

Now 8 am craving a Farmer's Market..there is NOTHING like fresh veggies! This heat and lack of rain is spanning way too much of the country...sure feels like the hottest summer ever, to me! Enjoyed your pics!

Erin Fickert-Rowland said...

I loved that tour! What gorgeous photos, and a serene, spirit-filled place to be!

AntiquityTravelers said...

Totally! waaaaaaaaaaaay too hot to garden these days. so whatcha going to do with the pickles?