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The ducks have a new yard, my future tomato and bean garden. 12.22.17
Patricia, glad to hear you can ride again, and Rick can work in the greenhouse.
My weather the last few days has been seasonably cold again, but the 3 weeks before that, it was very much warmer than average. However, I still have the winter lazies and didn't get anything done outside.
Kathy, when you said you were thinking about your elephant ears, a picture of your face with pachyderm ears popped into my head. Isn't that bad? : )
Have fun going out, Patricia!
Patricia, I am happy to read that your sidewalks and roads are friendly to you and your scooter. I can just see you zipping around like a bird free of its cage. Singing a little song, maybe.
Patricia, very good news about your scooter having power ... and off you will be going very soon. Is all your snow gone? Very unusual for our part of the world. I just read where Spokane's watershed has only 46% of its needed snow and moisture pack.
Patricia, you made my day, with Rick being in the greenhouse.
I had Joe Pye Weed for a couple of years, but it didn't come. I am surprised because it looked so hearty. My year of playing the game of anti-cancer I don't remember seeing it. It was so pretty.
Sweet Joe Pye Weed
Mine was the same color as this photo, it was about 3 feet tall and attracted my birds and bees and butterflies flittered in often.
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