natural wonders


May 7, 2013 harvest.

May 7, 2013 harvest.  Tossed this baby in butter with scrambled eggs.  Yummy.  Louie found this one.  I found zero.  

January 14.  Frosty woods.

January. This is what it looks like.  Across the road into the wooded valley.

that, WOW, I need to reboot this blog.  So, here I am.  I'm aiming for 321 posts starting today.  There.  I've published it, so now I'm daring myself to begin again.

that, WOW, I need to reboot this blog. So, here I am. I’m aiming for 221 posts starting today. There. I’ve published it, so now I’m daring myself to begin again.

Clear and 24 degrees this morning. We sure could use some kind of precipitation. I'd even welcome snow. I'm still watering my two crab apple trees.

Shady road going up a hill

I love the road up from the river.

Giovanni and his Cordley second-grade class took a field trip to Pendleton's this morning. We spotted this monarch chrysalis and its beauty made us gasp audibly.

"Close bosom-friends of the maturing autumn sun," ala John Keats. Our landscape around here is o'er brimm'd with warm yellow wild flowers.

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