This has been a busy weekend. Good busy, but busy. As I write this, there is still time to cobble together a post, but I’m giving myself the evening off. I am sharing the photos from a solid spring weekend here in southern New England. There’s also a video of a CH-47 Chinook fly-by (about 25 seconds).
I hope you all have a great week!
This ground cover is only a few inches tall, but it makes a big statement when it blooms.
River’s going to have to look awfully hard to find her bunny. I’ll get a better image for Wednesday.
Sand cherries and lilacs are starting to bloom. Rose of Sharon have barely begun to bud.
Here come the Smokeys :-)
“Why are these boxes on my porch and deck?”
“OK, the boxes are gone, but this stupid bag is still here.”
We planted some cypress trees in this corner to eventually screen out some lights.
These are fast-growing, drought-tolerant and the company says they “thrive on neglect” which sits us :-)
Surveying her domain.
Sand cherry blossoms are not much bigger than a dime, but they are intricate little things.
Not much movement today.
We’re starting to see some shade.
Our neighbor’s crab apple trees aren’t in good health, but they are blooming.
CH-47 Chinook departing our air space. (See video for complete pass).