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Daffodils in Bloom. 3.18.18
In keeping with the pie theme, here's a blueberry-raspberry I made yesterday in recognition of my birthday. Our cultivated berries are coming in like gangbusters, and the wild blackberries are just about to start. Not to mention the beans, zukes, broccoli, basil, tomatoes, and lettuces! Best time of the year . . .
Thomas, I'll see what I can find. Under the porch is a fruit cellar which is pretty neat. The porch is crumbling, however, and in need of repair. Up to this point, I've just "band-aided" it.
That is a beautiful porch. Is it too much to ask if you can snap pictures the whole outside house and post it?
I love older houses. It is like living in a museum.
What a gardner, and what a cook, is that Daniel W!
Thanks for the invite Randy. I'll stop by as soon as Michael Anthony pays me a visit.
Yes, Spud, that's my house, built in 1911. It's about 5 miles from my sesquicentennial farm. You all are welcome to stop by anytime.
Daniel, the pie looks delicious! I'm sure it tasted the same.
Very attractive porch garden Randy. Is that your porch?
Daniel, edibles and "eyeables" (flowers). Very nice.
You can say that again Lilac!
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