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I’ve been out for several hours picking black raspberries. It’s a buggy weedy sticky adventure, but oh it yields such delights. I need to make a run to the market for pie ingredients…. I started out with one bowl full, … Continue reading
Travelling back home from Kansas last July, we serendipitously revisited the little village of St. Charles, Missouri. As the sign says, it was the first Missouri state capitol. Here is the website for the village: http://www.stcharlescitymo.gov/?TabId=305 St. Charles, Missouri is … Continue reading
Posted in History, Missouri Travel
Tagged 1800's, balsamic vinegar, brick walkways, Cafes, Daniel Boone, diolivas.com, first Missouri State Capitol, gardens, historic village, Mississippi River, Missouri, nature, olive oil, restaurants, Shopping, St. Charles
I managed to slip outside before I left for work to pick my first batch of radishes and they didn’t disappoint me! About every 10th radish is a different variety and I guess the seed packet wasn’t a pure mixture, … Continue reading
I’ve been finding all kinds of babies in my garden and as of last February, a new baby grandson in my family. Baby rosebushes, aka ‘the Fairy’ – I brought the mother rose bush with me when I moved here … Continue reading
Leaf ladders climb gracefully in gray green serrations …… This is my entry for the Black & White Photo Challenge – Nature http://sonelcorner.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/black-and-white-photo-challenge-nature/
I love the gently undulating curves of a Solomon’s Seal wild plant glistening on a dewy summer’s morn….. There’s rarely such a delicate plant in the forest as beautiful as this one . . . Blending into … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Weekly Photo Challenge
Tagged Curves, dailypost, delicate plant, forest, morn, nature, omon's Seal, outdoors, Solomon's Seal, Weekly Photo Challenge
I have been outside gardening today, pulling weeds and trimming shrubs. Looked up and saw that Mr. Dove has joined the Mrs. & babies. They sat quite patiently and let me snap a photo.
Here is what I see when I look out my back door: I have an upper yard (considered ‘in town’) and a lower yard (considered ‘county’). Go through the gate and down the hill and over the far fence and … Continue reading