Friday, September 26, 2014


A field of ripening soybeans can be as beautiful as a field of sunflowers or haystacks, ain't it?

Tell me that isn't Monet or Van Gogh!
A silver maple in Sandusky, Michigan

Many Hosta are hybrids between "wild" species. The majority now are several generations removed from their wild ancestors. This is one species that I am very fond of. It was moved up north (leaving the majority of the clump down south) this spring and has done very well so far. It will get to be a bigger clump with time.

There are several of these one room red brick schoolhouses scattered around here. Can you see the date? These were built to last and look like they are still in good conditions even though unused now. Many still have outhouses behind them!

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