Vege Garden 2018

We are trying some new plants this year, outdoor tomatoes and corn. Can’t wait. We are already having salads from the lettuce, I’m growing four kinds.

West End Ice

The Spring winds are melting the ice on our lake, and has blown it to the west end. When the wind changes it often piles up in our cove.

Borough dumped gravel on my lawn

I asked the Borough to send someone with a rake, shovel and wheelbarrow to clean up this mess, but so far nothing. They say that this is the right-of-way and they can do anything the want with it. I’m sure they are right, but show a little respect or courtesy. There is a vacant lot […]

Big Snow

The other day we had a big dump of snow, and more is on the way for the next five days.

Snow Balls

Remnants from the last storm, more snow due this week.

Overnight Fresh Snow

We got 4-6″ of snow overnight, just enough to shovel the walkways and have the driveway plowed. It is always stunning to walk among the spruce trees laden with new white snow. At 7:00AM it was still dark when I took Princess outside, and the trees on the lawn were gorgeous with their colored lights […]

Tree Lights 2017

I see that the tree farthest away has a section of burned out lights. Gotta go shop for some new ones tomorrow.

Deadly Black Ice

Time to wear ice cleats when walking on pavement.

Frosty Spruce

Lots of ice and frost in the mornings now. Everyone wants it to snow!

Snow Mallard

The forecast was correct this time; snow early Sunday morning. All the ducks haven’t flown south yet and a few rested in the snow on our lawn.

Rising Mists

As the sun came up this morning a rising mist appeared over the lake. Every day is different.

Morning Frost 28 Degrees

It was a bit nippy outside this morning and a heavy layer of frost coated everything. Midday warmed up to 32 degrees and sunshine. Winter is not far away.

Rain, rain, rain

It was 38 degrees this morning, the surrounding mountains are loaded with fresh snow, and we are inundated with rain! Blake Colton from Colton Underground Sprinklers stopped here this morning and restored power to the dock, somehow it got shut off when the sprinkler systems were being winterized. So, I think the yard is now […]

Ready for Winter

With the help of three wonderful women; Rachel, Patty, and JoAnn, I was able to finish getting the yard ready for winter. We cut back perennials, pulled weeds, and cleaned up. Yay, a big job done. Thank you my lovely women friends. The rain forecast for the whole week did not materialize, it was a […]

Fireweed Fall

The wildflower Fireweed, is beautiful throughout all of the seasons. The leaves have turned all shades of yellow, orange and red this fall, and adds rich color to the yard.

Rose Tree Of China in the Fall

One of the more spectacular fall colored plants in my yard is the Rose Tree of China. I planted several in the yard out by the lake and the colors this year are gorgeous!

From Green To Gold

The neighbors lot next to our fenced garden is filled with Paper Birch trees changing from green to gold. We needed a 7′ fence around the garden because moose love to hang out in the woods next door, and were feasting on our veges. Moose can jump a fence lower than 7′, this one has […]

Cutting Back Perennials

Bob sat on his walker and helped me a bit yesterday, we are cutting back all the perennials for winter. It will take two more days to get the job done.

Tearing Down the Pea Vines

Time is of the essence to ready the yard for winter. Yesterday I tore down all the pea vines, there were still some good peas on them so Princess puppy and I munched raw peas while I worked. Princess is a vegetarian puppy, she loves raw carrots and peas.

The Leaves are Nearly Gone

The trees are almost bare thanks to a strong wind the last few days. That was a very quick autumn.

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