Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wicked Wednesday (12)

What would Halloween be without rain? The wind brought down old trees and branches – We were chased to the front porch to be dry… and indoors to get warm by the fire. The leaves are mostly gone, the fields … Continue reading

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Moving Indoors

There are but a few red leaves and blooms on the Euonymus europaeus.  The high winds have taken most of our colourful foliage away. The Berberis hedge is quite bare. Look at the red maple now! The power went off … Continue reading

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Rain Rain Rain

I’m getting a bit tired of rain already. I would have LOVED it in June, July and August! Rain is in our forecast for the next week… at least when the “s” word is not mentioned. (Wednesday…) But there is … Continue reading

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Wednesday- and Johnny Mathis (11)

Showing my age- The falling leaves drift by my window The autumn leaves of red and gold … Since you went away the days grow long And soon I’ll hear old winter’s song….

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RED

This is a most unlikely post for me since red is the very last colour I select for our gardens…and my friends all know this. I have worked hard to conquer this, and it is a mighty slow process for … Continue reading

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Phoebe Surveys the Farm

As the weather cools, Phoebe enjoys the outdoors much more and becomes more playful. She enjoys prancing about, protecting us from squirrels and strangers who drive in. (such as the Fedex man, the fresh fish salesman, etc) Today it is … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Alberta Style (10)

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