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Having a Hoppy Day

We had a little friend visit us on our deck today. He sunned on our planter, and then hopped up our lattice and siding. Advertisements

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Blackberries

Backyard blackberries. Some went in the muffins, some went straight into our mouths. And the prickly monstrosity still has our football. . . . . . . Ads on this site belong to WordPress.

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Green Flowers

Well I just about posted a “green” post up before the end of St. Patrick’s Day. I was hoping to have these bright and breezy green colored flowers up first thing this morning and then THIS happened. Anyways a 58 … Continue reading

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February Crocuses

Last week, upon reaching the island, we drove down to Peter Cove North to take in the view before heading to our house . While walking back from the beach to our vehicle parked in the little cul-de-sac a bright … Continue reading

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Mini Mushrooms

I love shooting mushrooms. Perhaps it is because when you are young mushrooms are in fairy tales and stories of fairies and magic. These teeny tiny mushrooms were growing out of the staircase leading to our deck. Mushrooms tend to … Continue reading

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The First Daffodils of Spring

Most of Canada is still stuck in the depths of winter, however out in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia spring is in full swing. This past weekend of warm temperatures sent spring flowers into bloom. Each day more and … Continue reading

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Broom or Gorse – the good, the bad and the ugly?

(****January 19, 2015 – editing the post to mention that the plant that I thought was broom, and had been referred to me locally as broom, is probably gorse. Thank you to Frances for sending me all the links on … Continue reading

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