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My husband and I built this burning pit yesterday with Holland Pipestone Pavers purchased at L&M, Hayward, Wisconsin. We had our first fire yesterday.
We lost a hydrangea last winter. We purchased this one at Rollingwood Nursery, Stone Lake, Wisconsin. John dug a hole about 14 to maybe 18 inches deep for the plant and the fish guts (which he uses as fertilizer). After a night of gentle rain on the bush, I noticed a bee on the hydrangea already. I think the bush likes the "new" surroundings.
Sunday, I went on a mission to see the sunflowers in bloom on County Road "B" near a distillery, Sarona, Wisconsin. Aren't these plants just smiling away at just being alive.
This week we had a storm with lightening, thunder and awesome sunsets. I hope you will come and visit this blog again. Meanwhile, take care.
"We all have our Good Old Days tucked away inside our hearts, and we return to them in dreams like cats to favorite armchairs."
~ B. Carter