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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Taking Care of Business...

With the change to rain coast weather and rivers being at all time lows the salmon will soon be able to spawn... The weather has been extreme in North America and seems to get worse each year. I know that a lot of people are working to make a difference by what they do every bit helps.

While putting the whilagigs away, looking at past seasons and some favorite shots makes me smile.

A made in Japan 1920's Crickets S/P an English Juicer

Weeping Maple, late season last Tree Peony bloom, time to harvest the apples and the new Rhoto bed room to grow!

A Mansion impressive, Halloween lamp, are you anchored? Interesting place. These pictures were taken while on a walk recently.
Sharing with: Tootsie Time, Mockingbird Hill Cottage, Cap Creations,
Colorado Lady, 2805, From My Front Porch to Yours, Stuff and Nonsense, Common Ground, Have a Daily cup of Mrs. Olson, Rooted in Thyme, Brambleberry Cottage,

11 comments:

  1. Hi Rob, love love your pics! The anchor really caught my attention. The whirligigs made me smile,
    guess it was a touch of whimsy seeing them. Always a pleasure to read your post...thanks for sharing. Wish I was close to get one of those apples! Take Care!

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  2. You always have such good pics! Love seeing YOUR world!! Complete with FOUR seasons!

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  3. Great photos. Quite a retrospective of wonderful thoughts, memories and places! Happy VTT!
    Ruth

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  4. So many great and interesting things in your part of the world. That is what pictures are for, sharing memories that might be lost.

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  5. That Weeping Maple is gorgeous-- don't think I ever saw one before.

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  6. Gorgeous tree, Rob. And I am loving that salt and pepper combo - just my style - sort of wonderfully kitschy! Thanks so much for joining in this week!

    xo
    Claudia

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  7. Great pictures! Our neighbors in Maine had a huge anchor and it became the neighborhood slide! The doors with the round windows...is that from a house?

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  8. Hi Rob, Thanks for sharing over at Cap Creations. The color on the maple is absolutely stunning. WOW!

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  9. Hi Rob, love all of your mosaics! I too was taking care of business in the garden today. It always gives me pleasure to put the beds to rest. Pulling out annuals, cutting back perennials and transplanting and dividing. Thanks so much for sharing with SYC.
    Jann

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  10. Rob everything looks so wonderful! It was nice seeing you at the party. Thanx for coming!

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  11. Thank you so much for joining Simple & Sweet Fridays.

    Jody

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Thanks for your kind comment.
Rob

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