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27 June 2014


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Kelly W.

Just beautiful Jaydee! Such a peaceful, calm, and lovely landscape!!

ColleenB. - Texas

Everything is so Gorgeous and that White Yarrow is beautiful. The egret sure looks like he is enjoying the wetlands.
What a wonderful and beautiful environment for all your woodland creatures big and small.
What a joy it will be sitting in your screened in porch and taking in the wonders of nature.
Thanks for sharing your lovely photos.


Gorgeous. All of it. You are so blessed, and you and Lou have worked so hard to create such a welcoming environment for all creatures. Well done, you too! :o)


Just love your pictures!!!! Soooo beautiful!!


thank you for the photos , i also have a spiderwort and it has gotten huge. the colors are awesome to see in the morning,
i am you and hubby have a wonderful week with your friends and the weather to go with it. enjoy your time together and dont worry about us we all will be here when you get back to blogging to us again..

Doris D.

Your views are spectacular. Thanks for sharing. The spiderwort makes me happy!

Linda Rodgers

Yes, you ARE blessed, and so are we to enjoy your beauty vicariously. That egret is so ethereally white.

Is that Queen Anne's lace?

Your guests will be so gobsmacked by the deck and the changes outside that they'll never notice if you don't accomplish your to-do list, so don't fret. Enjoy!

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