Hasta la Vista Eucalyptus (and old leaves)
Wow! Now it looks like spring!
The two large shrubby plants at either end of this row are thyme; they’ve gotten so huge! I may move them as they are taking up a lot of prime real estate.
Burning the last of the leaves
I think I will be growing pumpkins in this patch in a few months. For now it has: tulips, onions, love-in-a-mist flowers, red romaine and Monstreux de Viroflay spinach
Spring light on an old tool, looking very bird-like to me
Thai red roselle seedling
Fort (and see the seedlings in the window!?)
New walking stick (made by Smoochie)
In Squirrely Garden…
The blank canvas of soil…
Is ready for planting!
My kind of fun!
On the bulletin board in the dining hall
Baby checking out the seeds
And springing around St. Louis…
Smoochie took the kids on a SIX mile hike last Sunday; SIX miles!
From their long hike in Babler State Park; posing next to an old gravestone in the woods
Aunt Alison (and Maggie) and Baby and I enjoyed a shorter hike in Castlewood this week
The view at Castlewood State Park
Kiefer Creek in Castlewood
Baby next to a cool tree
Look at that branch!
Ozark Ridge Riders
The other day Smoochie saw this sign/a bunch of riders with their horses and pulled over for the kids to get a closer look.
One woman was very friendly and let the kids hop on her horse for a few minutes!
Baby loves horses (and so do I!)
“Spladel” hahah see the Spy? This is from a free wrestling clinic at a local university.
Baby, in green, in the garden on St. Patrick’s Day