Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Garden Days

No rain in the forecast for the next week or two, the watering can and hose are lugged around the garden every day, it's becoming tiresome.
I 'spect we shouldn't complain, since our neighbors to the north, are experiencing far worse things than rain-less days, tornadoes have left behind devastating damage, and loss of life.
 
We have a flying squirrel down in the woods, the first we've seen in many years, it's taken up residence in one of the bird houses, so hopefully there are plans to hang around and grow it's little family.
The deer have been sticking close to the water trough, I'm certain there is a new fawn or two close by.
Almost June.....where do the weeks go...
 
 



 

 


 


10 comments:

Kim said...

Your gardens are so beautiful! I'm sure they are a lot of work right now without the rain. We also are not getting any rain and everything looks a bit crispy. 🤪 Happy Tuesday!

DJan said...

I saw a curious fawn following its mom around our back yard not long ago. They sure are cute when they're spotted and tiny! Love your pictures, Jo. Thank you for the delightful post. :-)

Changes in the wind said...

Beautiful garden...

cloches and lavender said...

Flying squirrels I never saw one or being ironic and I missed it?

Thinking of those getting hit by tornadoes. Can't imagine since in NJ rare and never as devastating.

Your garden is a beauty and love the weather vein. Pretty plants a snippet of pretty blue skies.

Enjoy the garden.

Cindy

Edna B said...

That garden bench is soooo inviting! I can just picture me and Pogo out there. Me with my crocheting, and Pogo chasing a butterfly. I'm loving your photos. You have a great day my friend, hugs, Edna B.

Maria Rodrigues said...

Wonderful garden, great photos.
Maria
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Henny Penny said...

It is always beautiful there. Never looks hot and dry. We have been in the mid to high 90's for several days now. It feels like late July. The flying squirrels are so cute. Last year we noticed the suet cakes being eaten at night. Dan shined the spotlight on the tree one night and there was a tiny flying squirrel. They were nesting in a birdhouse here too.

Tiffany said...

Lovely unfortunately in my part of world they are still calling for rain which we dont need

Susie said...

Jo, Everything looks so pretty there. I love all the cute things tucked in here and there, makes a garden interesting. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

Kirsten Steen said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! They are all perfect but the one that took my breath away was the sky pic!