Monday, September 27, 2010

Gardening Buddies-Cavaliers

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Over the weekend while I was out blog reading I happened across several Cavalier websites, I had to post a few of my 20 zillion pictures of my Cavis.  They are the sweetest little dogs around, they love being outside with us while we are working.

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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Today's Flowers-What's In Bloom


A few shots of what is blooming in my garden right now.  It is starting to look like fall for sure.

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Macro Flower Saturday and Camera Critter # 2 Sept 25

I wanted to join Macro Flower Saturday so decided to do a double post for Camera Critter Saturday.

Camera Critter Saturday

Just a few photos from my neck of the woods this week, our hummers are gone now, I have not seen one in a few days.  The grasshoppers are here and there.  A tadpole coming up for air.  And I am not sure what type of bird the photo is but there were several of them circling around when I took this picture.
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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Rainy Roses

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We had almost 2 inches of rain today.  It was hot and muggy yesterday and stormy today.  I want some nice cool fall weather!

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Camera Critter Saturday-Monarchs

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The Monarch Butterflies were passing through this week by the hundreds.  I had planted a butterfly bush this past spring, they are not hardy to my zone 4 garden but it sure attracted the butterflies!  I doubt it will winter over for me but I have decided I will plant more next spring and treat them as annuals if I must, as it is worth to see all the butterflies!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Camera Critter Saturday Murder in the Garden

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I'm not sure what kind of bug is eating the Black Swallowtail Caterpillar is or if it killed the Caterpillar or is just taking advantage of the free lunch.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Gourd Blossoms

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I saw some gourd seeds this past spring, decided I would plant some, they have taken over the garden crawled over the garden fence and are moving on to the neighbors fence :).    The bees love the blossoms, I am not sure what I will do with all the gourds but I have enjoyed the plants.