Spring in My Step: Putting Hibernation to Bed{15}

Honeycomb, pea starts, and a little luck
Fresh start: honeycomb, pea vines, and a little luck…

The robins, crows, tree frogs and barred owls, raucous little alarm clocks that they are, have sounded off to alert me that winter is officially over, and it’s time to leave the comfort of my cave (both figuratively, and literally). I’m not one to argue with Mother Nature, so may I be the first to wish you well on this first day of spring, the vernal equinox.

While I make myself presentable (this may take awhile) and wipe the long winter’s sleep from eyes, please enjoy some of my favorite photos of spring around Tall Clover Farm.

I’ll be right back.

At The Roasterie: Coffee break for Tom and “pet-us” break for Boz and Gracie
Room with a view both inside and out
camellia petals at Magnolia Beach
Abstract nature: Camellia petals at Magnolia Beach
Boz and Gracie: Taking time to smell (or perhaps eat) the daffodils

Boz supervises all things greenhouse; make that ALL things, period.


A sunrise worth waking up for…