Tag: Pacific Northwest

Garden Art

I’m so glad that spring is here and I’ll be spending more time in my garden; not an ordinary garden but one full of treasures most of them installed by my creative husband.  Though we do have a wood burning stove, the logs below…

A Saturday in the Garden

The weather has turned at long last and spring is finally here.   And there’s nothing more I’d rather do on a Saturday then spend such a day in the garden with the boys.  The pretense is gardening and I will do some of…

Raindrop Jewels

We’re cold and rainy for a few days here in the Pacific Northwest so I curbed my plans for today’s outdoor activities.  Even so, I found the raindrops on our maple tree to be exquisite and wanted to share them with you. ~ Susanne

Dream House at Tiffany Park

There once was a forest in Tiffany Park.  The trees were worn and tangled yet full of life; native plants and mosses provided splashes of color. Deer and raccoon, owls and woodpeckers, all called it home. Dogs and their walkers visited daily and there…

Goodbye to Snowmageddon

It’s finally time to say goodbye – and some may say good riddance – to February and Snowmageddon.  But before I do, I thought I’d share a few more pictures from our epic snowy February here in the Great Northwest! Yes, it was inconvenient…

Crows in Flight

For as long as I can remember I have been intrigued by crows. On a recent walk before sunset I saw hundreds of them perched in treetops noisily chattering away until they all took flight to the next tree and then the next as…

Just Because I Love Sunsets

It was cold today – there were even tiny snowflakes at times.  So other than a trip to the grocery store I put off today’s walk and stayed inside; until around 5:45 when I looked out my window and saw the sun beginning to…

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