While walking through the gardens with my wife this morning, this caught my eye ... a water droplet held in place on a Lupine flower.
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I have a webcam right near the entrance of a birdhouse on our garden shed and, quite often, get some rather remarkable pictures. Here's one from last weekend! :)
Introducing the second graduating class of 2018! This is our second run of chicks this season. Here, they are pretty chicks all in a row ... Having finally learned how to fly up onto the roost!!
"Our" deer are so tame! Just hanging out while Jim transplants seedlings for this year's garden.
Our eggs come pre-labeled!
I love our twisted filbert this time of year!
I went into winter with two of the strongest hives I've ever had. Tens of thousands of bees in each, one hive stacked two high and one stacked three high - all loaded to the gills with honey. The bees had plenty of numbers and plenty of food.
Spring is almost here and the chicks are in!!! Yay!!!! Today, I went to the Tractor Supply store in Port Orchard, Washington and picked up 8 ISA Brown pullets.
Today I hitched up the trailer and brought home three-and-a-half yards of medium bark mulch.
The gardens are dormant now, but as for me, I'm NEVER dormant!