It does look dry but I am happy you are able to spend some time outdoors so late in the year. We wake in the 20's but afternoon highs are in the low 70's. We are dry here also.
Similar temp swings here. 30s to 60s mostly.
I enjoyed the walk with you - loved seeing shadows - which mean sunshine, too!We've had chilly/cold weather here, but the weekend is supposed to warm up to the high 50s! Waiting for snow--not that I LIKE it. Just EXPECT it one of these days :)
I love hearing your voice.... AWESOME!!!! Thanks!It's been too warm and very dry here too.... It's almost December --and I'm READY for some WINTER and some SNOW... haHugs,Betsy
I do love the videos that you do of your garden. It must be very strange to have it so warm at this time of year? Things here are very cold and frosty for once.
We have a friend who will be roofing tomorrow because it is so warm. Unheard of usually in December here. Crazy.
I always love your videos--you sound like such a sweet person! The garden looks more like March, doesn't it? We're supposed to be in the upper 50's this weekend--our snowmobiles are gathering dust. We should be buried in the snow by now and instead I'm planning on line-drying the laundry this weekend.
Thanks. Well if you're not getting snow, no wonder we're not. It does look like March. Tufts of green in the brown. Line drying is a great idea. Get some good out of it. Hard to get in the Christmas decorating mood though.
All is a mess in our garden:) We are putting in a water fountain and there is dirt everywhere! Would love to have it all finished:)
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