I wish my commute was this short and pretty. Stay safe and dry.
I look forward to a commute such as this in retirement. Oh, a long ways off, but I can still look forward! Do your sheep ever eat your lavender? I know deer don't like it, but I'm wondering about sheep and goats. I would grow it in their pasture if I thought they'd leave it alone...
Hi Yolanda - hope you survived the storm! Glad to see green grass again...AH, Oregon....Hey Claire- the sheep don't eat the lavender. They test it now and again. The donks don't eat it either, but tend to want to run in the rows, like they think we set u all the tidy rows just for them to play 'chase the donkey tail"...we are experimenting this winter/spring and letting ewes run in lavender to help keep grass down, hoping to alleviate a little of our weeding in spring...fingers crossed.
another slice of heaven for sure. ah...thanks for sharing this!
They have such sweet faces. Ah, yes I love Oregon too. Stay dry. It's been raining off and on today here and the sun keeps peeking throught the clouds.
Those pictures crack me up! I love that they are walking through the little shed out to the lavender. Makes me laugh.Hey, where did all your snow go?
Hey again- the moon is almost full today and I saw 2 huge rainbows...heaven,yes! The ewes usually walk in single file which always cracks me up. And all the snow is gone- we had warm rains for a few days and 26 inches is gone - pretyt, but I'm glad, and so are the ewes!
Oh, these pictures just make me smile, lovely!
Yup!Looks just like Boston..two hundred years ago!love it.
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