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This Moment-April 2, 2010

Posted by triple_creek z5 (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 2, 10 at 7:16

Bloodroot beginning to naturalize.
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Ted dozes off while looking for his ball.

From Garden 2010 Spring


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BLOODROOT! I hope I'm not going to miss ours while I'm away here.

Maybe I'll have some photos to share come Tuesday...


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Some treasures from my dad:


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The chicken coop builders strike a fake pose.


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Fuzzy, sticky buds of Geranium madarense flowers! Hopefully next week I'll have some flower pictures.


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A leaf blows through the moment I took this picture. Very windy here today.

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Michelle, I like the weather vane. Is that a hubcap on the right? Does the logo indicate what it was off of? I'm curious.


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Norma, those are old hub caps from an "International" pickup. DH has IH tractors so I thought he might like them. The license plate has a special significance for me since its my birth year. From it you can tell its a biggie for me this year.

I like the leaf blowing through your picture. We had a lot of wind on Sat.


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So geez Michelle. I am old enough to be your mother. You are the same age as my firstborn. Oh well, I am young at heart. Norma


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Norma, I know the feeling. The gal we hired last year at work is the same age as my youngest.


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So the big "75" means that you'll be 35 this year!

V.


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Seems Ivy loves mud. A future gardener?


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Thanks V!

I love the future gardener.


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