Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
More hills, another pond with fish, beautiful plantings that bring the eye around to see more. Thanks.
Oh Vicki, these garden areas are so lovely (even if the air was cool.)What a treat to have attended that cooking class. It seems as if Wally Maria had a very well-planned menu that allowed you all to learn lots of preparation techniques...and timing, too. May I also say that her kitchen looks rather amazing!There must be a story about how she came to live in Weaverville, NC.xo
You and Wally Maria have created garden paradises. Both so beautiful. Thanks to your splendid photography we can have a touch of paradise every morning.
Wonderful touch of spring. Garden looks gorgeous.
What a gorgeous showing of spring. I really miss being there this time of the year. I especially love the red buds, dogwoods & daffodils in the mountains. There's not much of what one would call "spring" in south Florida except that the bougainvillea is particularly showy this year. I used to say when we were in the islands that the bougainvillea bloom their hearts out for the tourists, but I love them just the same.Sam
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