It's that time of year again for moving and transplanting things around the flower gardens. I have a shovel, I have a wheelbarrow, so all I need now is some get up and go to get out there and do the moving and shaking. I'm generally pretty good with that kind of gardening stuff but have to admit I have noticed a slight change in myself lately. My interest level has slipped a notch and I've had some mornings where I have even briefly considered forgoing a few Jeep rides. I'm hoping this phase will soon pass.
|WE CRUISED THROUGH BAYFIELD THIS MORNING|
|PHEEBS IS ALWAYS A HEAD TURNER WHEREVER WE GO|
|STAGHORN SUMAC AT THE EDGE OF A CORNFIELD SOUTH OF BAYFIELD|
|IT WAS A GRAY MORNING|
|A LONE FISHERMAN ON BAYFIED'S SOUTH PIER|
|EMPTY BOAT DOCKS MARK THE END OF ANOTHER SUMMER SEASON|
It was late afternoon when our cloud cover finally broke and we were bathed in warm sunlight for a short while. With November's cold gray days fast approaching these may be some of our last nice October days of the year. A little bird told me this afternoon we might be close to 70F Friday:))
|KELLY SET A FEW RED BERRIES ON A BASSWOOD LEAF|
The colors your way are breathtaking. The trees had mostly dropped here a good week ago.ReplyDelete
A friend of mine said the juncos bring the snow ❄ Scary superstition isn't it?
Al the colors in your photos seem much more brilliant tonight than usual. Breath taking beautiful.ReplyDelete
The first photo is my favorite - incredibly beautiful. Hang in there Al!ReplyDelete
Al, our 150 days of triple digits temperatures ended just yesterday! Now we are back in double digits, even down into the 70's next week! Whoo, whoo! I still haven't seen any migratory birds returning, except for ONE black phoebe which I saw at our daughter's house yesterday. NOTHING...NADA! Maybe next week?ReplyDelete
Wow, haven't seen an Esso sign in many years here in my corner of the US. Thought that brand was obsolete. Aw, Al, Pheebs sure does enjoy her daily car rides. Hope you don't stop and deprive her, even it a ride is a short one. As for your fall colors, I must also say 'Breathtaking'. In fact, I get an all-0ver body chill with your pictures:don't think I've ever seen such God-given beauty. Thank you for your camera talents!ReplyDelete
That looks like progress at Tim's! We've got Juncos back too.ReplyDelete