Silent Sunday – Leading you up the garden Path

Yellow Flag Iris


Blue Banded Swallowtail



Lemon Tree Seedlings

Bobbi catching some afternoon shade.

Through the Lavender.


12 thoughts on “Silent Sunday – Leading you up the garden Path

  1. Love the names you have for your cats…
    we’re just heading toward autumn here, and your spring flowers are just lovely. A nice reminder that it does roll around again, sooner or later.

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  2. What do you do with all your lemon tree seedlings? Are you starting your own lemon grove or do you sell them/give them away? You seem to get quite a few each year.

    Nice pictures. Seems like such a lovely place. We’re just in the beginning of autumn here. Everything seems to be dying off quickly. Winter will be here before I know it and I’m already looking forward to spring.


  3. Virgil? And the other cat is called Cecil? πŸ™‚
    You have a beautiful place.
    (Makes me understand my cousin in Cape Town. He stays for the beauty)


    1. The newest feline additions are named after Liverpool players. Virgil(van Dyk) , (Sadio) Mane, and Millie(James Milner).

      Thank you. The property is very nice, even if the house is a bit old and creaky! (like its owners)
      Of all the places we have lived in it is definitely my favorite.

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      1. Thanks for straightening me up. I’m afraid I am not too up to date on English soccer. πŸ™‚ My bad.
        Enjoy your place. I truly understand your point about creaks et al. The worse in fact is that the floor seems to be further down every year. πŸ™‚
        (Kindof a translation of a Frog expression but I’m sure you catch the drift.

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        1. I catch the drift.
          I also think we tend grow into/with our houses after a certain number of years living in them, and I have lived longer in this house than any other in my entire life to date.
          I couldn’t say for sure that this will be the last house I will live in but I am quite comfortable if this turns out to be the case.

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          1. Yes, the houses adapt to us and vice-versa. Hopefully you will stay in that house. It looks to me like a small national park. πŸ™‚


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