Monday, May 16, 2011

Mute-ish Monday

The pot of gold is on my friend Rob's land... should I tell him?
Perhaps he already knows.

 Mearl's canning house ...
wood burning cookstove upstairs, root cellars, storage for her canned food down below...

Italian Arum
and
Rhododendron  'Gomer Waterer' ...

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12 comments:

maría cecilia said...

I would walk to the end of the rainbow....

we have had no rain yet so no rainbows for a long time, missing them so much.

Desiree said...

I'm with Maria Cecilia :)

As always, visiting your special part of the world is therapeutic for ones soul! I become instantly slow/calm/sedated/enraptured/delighted with all you show and share...thank, you, Vicki!

I've been amiss in not visiting as regularly as I'd like to, but right now, my days don't seem to be long enough. I honestly don't know how you manage to fit all the many things into a day that you do!!! You're an inspiration :)

lines n shades said...

beautiful rainbow... such a serene sight :)

Joan said...

I love that canning house! lovely post Vicki..

Brian Miller said...

perhaps if you find the gold he will give you a finders fee...smiles. neat canning house...

Elora said...

Love that Canning House and root cellar combo! Stunningly simple, saves all kinds of steps! Amazing ingenuity!

Elora

Kath said...

Thank you. A wonderful start to the week thanks to your blog.

Suz said...

mmmm delish photos

Tess Kincaid said...

What a fabulous rainbow shot! I saw one last fall for the first time in ages. Forgot how magical they are.

Bouncin' Barb said...

Beautiful pictures Vicki!

Jon Lee said...

I love those pictures Vicki. They make everything so fresh and spring like. Now if the weather here would just catch up; we are expecting a low in the thirties tonight.

Vicki Lane said...

I'm behind in my visiting too -- trying to turn out the words for my chapter of this collaborative novel. I need to do around six thousand words for my chapter -- I'm trying to do at least a thousand a day, preferably more and preferably making some sort of sense, before I can stop and blog hop. Thanks to all of you for stopping by!