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Friday, April 16, 2010

Flowers in the spring

Last fall, I transplanted some Iris from the front "wild flower" bed to the back "fence line" bed. Happily, they have done very well, and the first two are in full bloom, today, with a promise of several more soon. Feels good!


There have been a couple of varieties of little violets growing in the back yard this spring. We've had a lot of moisture, but has dried out some this week. Here is a closeup of one of the latest. Nancy likes these!


The creek out back in the woods is still running, even though the run off in our back yard has dried up. Here is a view of the creek...






It was another very good day!  ;-)

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