The nights here are still quite cool. Which I love of course. Life always brings challenges, hurdles to overcome. Flat tire on the lawnmower, broken garage door, electric SNAFUs, dogs with health issues, Covid 19, race relations, the guy in the White House, stubbed toe, deer and rabbits eating almost everything, bluff erosion, contractor issues, arthritis, neighbors not getting along with each other, et cetera. I understand why some older folks want to move to assisted living facilities . . . as if that would solve everything or even anything. One day at a time - as they say, eh?
Kit and a huge rhubarb plant
first lily pad flower of the summer
ahem - this is supposed to be for hummingbirds!
I think he's actually after the ants trapped inside.
Jon and Tracy surprised me last weekend.
"Tons of fun!" - Tracy
I planted several very small twiggy rhodos around the north garden when I first moved here. They've really struggled in the clay but this year maybe they have finally established themselves.
Mirror smooth Lake Huron recently.
The quiet water rarely happens.
Christine sent me some photos of "D" 2003
Huld same year - Halcyon times