Will you look at that clematis in full bloom right outside the kitchen door! Wow!
It’s been two weeks since I came home from my travels in southern Alberta. From the land of rolling fields of canola, rodeo broncs and shiny buckles, cowboy culture and prairie winds to my Vancouver Island, lakeside cabin. I had some wonderful time with kids and grandkids. Life is good.
Me and my lovely daughter, Kristen enjoying music in the park.
My Canada Day cuties – Emma and Brit.
They’re wearing that Alberta look well – daughter – Kristen, son-in-law – Matt, and granddaughters – Emma and Brit.
So – enough of holiday antics. I thought I’d share a few highlights from the last couple of weeks at home.
Fresh salad greens from the garden is a big treat! The lettuce, radishes, baby kale and chives make an attractive side dish.
Lots of work for the head gardener but it sure pays off.
Vegetables aren’t the only thing in the garden these days.
Bear and Buddha – east meets west
Bear and apple tree – cha, cha, cha. For this dance the bear is definitely leading.
The last of the Bleeding Heart in the woodland garden.