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See this image largerLast years flowerbed green beans with artificial flowers.See this image largerI used my Troybilt cultivator to till this new bed. I transplanted these watermelon seedlings thereSee this image largerFlowerbed Green beans just coming up. When they bush out I add fake flowers amongst them.(1 comments)See this image largerTomatoes, Zucchini squash, strawberries, geraniums, all hiding under eaves and deck furniture.See this image largerBlueberry bush in front, zucchini squash, strawberry plant, and white spruce. Flowers fake and real.See this image largerLast years deck squash(1 comments)See this image largerSee this image largerMy Barrel Garden of potatoes and green beans. My flower pot garden I will photograph later.(2 comments)See this image largerMy frog, flower, fountain, swan, bird feeder, chime, disguising an old toilet too heavy to move.(1 comments)See this image largerMy petunias in a metal bowl with small fountain behind. A raccoon statue looking on--stool beside (2 comments)See this image largerThe turtle I moved atop the remains of my old fountian made from rocks and a washing machine tub.(1 comments)See this image largerSunshine can always be found in a heart filled with Love and Peace.(1 comments)See this image largerMy life may be full of ups and downs but I don't have to dwell on the lows. I'm the ponytail girl! (2 comments)See this image largerPheasant statues I found I used to have that I reclaimed for this untamed spot in my yard.(1 comments)See this image largerSecond try on this one. Not completed but getting there. Left out the wind chime in the photo.(1 comments)See this image largerPetunias with a raccoon statue in background, ivy on tree and stool made from a log and an old pan.(1 comments)See this image largerOld toilet concealed with logs with impatien, frog, and swan under a bird feeder(2 comments)See this image largerTurtle looking out of my old fountain. You can barely see pheasant to right, home made log stool. (1 comments)See this image largerMy Garden--2009 Sweet potatoes, watermelon, tomatoes, beans, squash, tubs of carrrots, potatoes.(2 comments)See this image largerSpring showers bring beautiful flowering Dogwoods along the trail !See this image larger Dogwood trees along the trails. God's gift of creation makes for a breathtaking walk in the woods. See this image larger(1 comments)See this image largerColors of Spring!(1 comments)See this image largerDeep Purple Irises. See this image largerJune Flowers--Yuccas and Tiger Lilies(1 comments)See this image largerFrom a place of quiet reflection comes inner strength.(3 comments)See this image largerMy 8 inch f/6 Telescope(5 comments)See this image largerStar Trails(2 comments)See this image largerSee this image largerIn Loving Memory of My Sylvia-1996-2010(1 comments)See this image largerMuddy and Lady Dining Together(2 comments)See this image largerBuster, our aged Pom.See this image larger Buster is our 11 year old Pom(3 comments)See this image largerBuster, King of the ChairSee this image largerMuddy enjoying a rub while eating her blackberries.See this image largerMuddy enjoying a scratch behind her head.(3 comments)See this image largerNyddt and her blackberries.(1 comments)See this image largerI love gardening!See this image largerMuddy the turtle begging for a treat. She lets us rub her behind the ears, too.See this image largerMuddy satisfied with some dog food, but usually prefers blackberries or strawberries.See this image larger New Lake Across the Road After 11 Inches of RainSee this image larger4th of July 2008See this image larger4th Fireworks DisplaySee this image larger4th of July 2008 photo 3See this image largerHappy New Year!See this image largerFourth of July Fireworks DisplaySee this image largerSee this image largerThe snow covered trees remind us that winter is here, but brings its own specail beauty. See this image largerWinter WonderlandSee this image largerA Merry Christmas to all and a Happy New Year!See this image largerJoy to the World!See this image larger

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