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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Bliss in Wyoming

Our winters are long...really long by most folk's standards, at least those who live in a more temperate climate. About March, I get cabin fever and it seems like it takes forever for springtime to come. But, it always does. My little garden is coming along nicely - I used old stock tanks for raised beds. We ride about twice a week to check the cattle. Wildflowers are blooming and the grass waves in the breeze...looking like a sea of green velvet. There are baby antelope scampering about on the ranch. I've got Bluebirds and Tree Swallows nesting nearby in birdhouses I posted on fenceposts. Here are some recent details from my little corner of the world. Summer is here at long last...


Brenda said...

Everything looks great. I have pansies growing in a wire basket. I love them but they never reseed for me like they did for my mother. Must be the winters are too long and cold here. Your garden it growing nicely. How are the chicks doing? Mine are looking like mini chickens now. Have a wonderful weekend.

Dirt Princess said...

That little deer is precious!!! I loved all of the photos! We have a very short...almost non-existent winter here. Right now we are in
95+ degree daya. Needless to is almost to hot to be outside, or atleast be in a pool or a creek if you are outside. I would say the beach...they are all covered in oil down here

Hosanna said...

What a lovely ranch you have - !

Deborah Jeans Dandelion House ~ inspired living said...

Just lovely Shery! It's a great feeling when you " realize" summer has arrived... Ahhhhh!!!

beautiful piz as always~
your beachy farmgirl friend!

Gail said...

Your raised garden bed looks great. This is my first year of raised beds and I am also using an old feed tank. Hope mine cheers up like yours.

Deborah Jeans Dandelion House ~ inspired living said...

Beaut i ful Beaut i ful Beaut i ful!!!

All that color is a sight for sore eyes come summer time out west!

Looks like you're just about in FULL BLOOM there... you know I love all your rusty lug nut planters too!


Hopscotch Dandelions said...

Love your flowerbed -such a great idea!!