As froth on the face of the deep, As foam on the crest of the sea, As dreams at the waking of sleep, As … Continue reading As froth, as foam
“I know what it says,” I said patiently, “but you know we rarely get more than a cold wet rainy Wintery Mix. We’re near the ocean, and we’re on the river. We just aren’t going to get much.” “But they’re … Continue reading Weather report…
What an interesting summer for insects it has been for us! It started with our discovery of Black Swallowtail butterflies on our fennel plant (one of the dill family host plants for Black Swallowtails). The fennel plant which we did … Continue reading Black Swallowtails and Cicadas
Merry Christmas everyone! We are having a wonderful day here at the Garner’s! Mr.Garner and I are sitting at our kitchen table with our laptops looking out the window at the snow falling, and the birds at the bird feeder, and the ducks trying to navigate the slush in the river. Our oak tree is beautiful. With every branch outlined in snow it is a study of thick and thin lines and shades of gray. The American Holly tree, always lovely in the gray doldrums of winter, with shiny green leaves and bright red berries, now has snow adorning each leaf. … Continue reading Wow! It’s snowing! A lot!