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Friday, October 3, 2014

October Tour 2014

Front Garden

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley



4 comments:



  1. GonSS, the last tour before the frost hits, huh. Old Jack is threating to frost us tonight with no less then temps in the lower 30s. That will kill every thing that's not dried up already. We are having major leaf drop here as well. I am thinking that is a bit earlier than normal. It's been a cold blustery day here today. I've been doing some volunteer work fixing some water leaks in rotted siding at ministry headquarters building. Some siding replacement and much caulking was required. It was a bit chilly with cold wind gusts all day. Old man Winter is waking up from the summer slumber at the North Pole and is once again headed south for the Winter. I don't mind Winter. The pot of bean soup is in the crock pot. :-)

    Have a great October day in the garden.

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  2. I like your back yard and patio and that glider you have. I am thinking I would like to have a glider.

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  3. It's hard for me to believe it's October already! Are you able to enjoy a bit of time on that glider still? It's turned a bit chilly here in the past 24 hours and has me thinking the fire circle will be more inviting than the glider! Still hoping for a few minutes here and there on our glider in the sunshine....

    How frequently do you lay down new mulch? )Yours still looks quite fresh here in your October photos.)

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  4. I had fun scrolling, looking at your posts about garden clean up, getting to here, to see your tour. I hope all is well with you. I am not ready for winter, but am starting to be accepting that it is on its way. I do most of my clean up in the spring, except for the garden vegetables.

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