Life in and out of the garden
Now that is one weird/interesting looking rock sliced in half like that. Wonder how that came about.
:)Our creek is in a "mormudd" state right now with all the rain we've had!
Re: candles, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I am trying to get rid of the remaining wax, so yes I am selling them again.
That second pic is really neat. What is it?
I was trying to figure out the second picture. Is it a car door handle that was made into a fountain?
Plants (Rhodies?) in the forest have all the luck--no worries about locked-up water fountains or other facilities. Are you in KY?
FD: I thought so too, and felt it quite photogenic, even though a bit on the colorless side. Ms. Darla: I heard your shush. And I'll be in touch regarding the candles. ;~)Ms. Terri: I want less mud. We've had more rain. Ms. Tina: It's a water fountain. Ms. Susie: I don't think it's made from a car door handle. I could ask the next time I'm there. The water fountain is outside an educational center of our state park system. W2W: No, I wasn't in Kentucky, I was about ten miles from my house here in PA. But we'll be in KY Easter weekend when I get to see my two oldest and my granddaughter!!
I just read the post below this one..........Oh yes, you might want a fire extinguisher by the bed and a suit of armor if you aren't careful!! LOL
I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking at;) The fountain I recognize.Marnie
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