Typing my way back to nature
As always, your blog is entertaining, and again today, beautiful. Thank you for sharing with us! Richard K/Texas
Thanks for the update. I really love the field of bluebells.
Such a gorgeous post. Love it!
You have such beautiful land. I have not let my grass get that high yet, but I was well on my way a few times...and I have neighbors!I wish my cat, Manny, would catch some mice. Leila and I have been battling an infestation for a few weeks now, but I believe we have nearly all of them. Manny (Bengal/Tabby) would rather play fetch and have you rub his belly...he really is more of a dog than our dogs!Thanks for sharing. I always love your blog, and it has been a while. Nice to hear from you.
Thanks for the post. The tall grass is neat, but James is correct about the fire hazard. I have never seen a field full of bluebells like that. It is beautiful. I always enjoy your posts and the photos around your property. You live in such a great place. Enjoy your playing.
Yeah, I guess your grass got a little high. But it is in the woods, so you should get a little bit of a pass. It's a bummer about your mower repair. I hate that buying new is more cost effective than repairs. That says a lot about our society.
That is an absolutely GORGEOUS piece of land. Some very cool instruments as well!
A wonderful place to live in!
The bluebell meadow looks simply divine, Cameron!
Oh, those bluebells!
Grass should not be cut. And this cuts down on weeds.Have fun with #3 !
Thanks for updating us. I hope you can grab some quiet time now and then to enjoy the woods!
This post was very blue! Bluebells, blue buddas and blue sky! It was Blue-tiful!I'm a dweeb.