Sunday, July 06, 2008

Garden Life

By the way, I am working on the story--but it's summer and mild and a perfect day for mowing. However, before I can mow the backyard, I have to do something about rosa Sally Holmes, we hade a little rain the other day and she's fallen across the lawn path. At twelve foot plus, she's outgrown her supports--I'm thinking about bamboo and sturdy rope (mainly because I have lots of bamboo and rope) to contain her exuberance. The picure shows Sally's topknot.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful picture, Evanne.

Everything seems to be rather late here in the North-East of England. It's been a fairly lousy summer weatherwise so far this year -- though nowhere near as bad as last (some parts of the country suffered extreme flooding; the storms here, where I live, with the worst in decades but, thankfully, we are at least on high ground so didn't suffer the way some did.)

I did notice last week, however, that the heather was starting to come out on the moors. Might head out that way today and see how it's coming along. Always a beautiful, breathtaking sight.

2:34 AM  
Blogger Evanne said...

The words 'heather starting to come out on the moors' conjures up images of majestic, desolate beauty in my minds eye. Please take the camera.

8:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have some photos from last year that I could email to you, if you'd like?

11:04 AM  
Blogger Evanne said...

I'd love photos of the moors! When your schedule permits, please send them to me at:

1:00 PM  

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