Silent Sunday – Leading you up the garden Path

Yellow Flag Iris

Millie

Blue Banded Swallowtail

Virgil

Clivias

Lemon Tree Seedlings

Bobbi catching some afternoon shade.

Through the Lavender.

Ark


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.

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  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)
    Cheers.

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    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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