Wednesday, April 29, 2015

A Good Spring Day

Our feral cat, Millie, has complete control of our horse barn.  Here, she surveys her domain from the ceiling rafter above one of the stalls.


A little green frog (?) or toad (?) rests on a dried plume of ornamental grass -- a very small thumbnail size in real life.

Our perennial grasses in the gazebo garden are cut back and removed to allow for new growth.  We can't burn them in place because of nearby fencing and other green growth.

We maintain several areas of early flowers.  These raised beds are at the end of our entrance driveway with branch avenues to each barn.

This small display is at the stone path to our large boulder rock garden with the Japanese tea ceremony influence.  We have lots of Spring chores to occupy our free time!

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