I only managed a few photos today and they were of our Park's main entrance. Our new owner had himself busy unloading a flatbed truckload of large boulders when Pheebs and I rolled out this morning. We had to use an alternate exit out of the Park. He will incorporate those large rocks in a creative new landscaping project at the entrance to our Park.
A PAINTED TURTLE CATCHING A FEW RAYS ALONGSIDE OUR PARK'S POND WELL, I GUESS WE WON'T BE EXITING THE PARK THROUGH THAT ENTRANCE UNLOADING LARGE FLAT TYPE ROCKS
|BY LATE AFTERNOON MANY OF THE ENTRANCEWAY ROCKS WERE IN PLACE|
|OUR ENTRANCE IS DEFINITELY WIDER NOW|
|THURSDAY NIGHT CARDS AT OUR PARK'S CLUBHOUSE|
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Those are great looking slabs. Can't wait to see what they do with the rest of the entrance space!ReplyDelete
That entrance will look really good!ReplyDelete