The three of us were the only ones that took that 2 1/2 hour trip - one way, to enjoy what I'm going to show you now. I just wish that you could take in a deep breath & smell the most wonderful air & smells of the day at Corn Hill Nursery.
Corn Hill Nursery Gardens
Something so unexpected...
On the way to pick Heather up in the next village, I could not believe my eyes!!
There on the side of the road was a beautiful black bear that had met his death by a large vehicle, probably one of the many peat moss transports that travel this road. I was so sad about the death of this animal. I stopped the car & took a picture of just how gorgeous it was. The hair was thick & at the paws moved with the morning breeze, the coat was so thick & a shiny jet black.
RIP Mr. Bear.
Enough sadness... on with the rest of the day.
We had such a perfect day!
Here we go with the day of photos...
She was hoping to purchase some cabbage seeds or seedlings.
The top of the apple tree is cut to make it grow outward.
This is a sprinkler with wrought iron wrapped around it!
On the other side of the arbour was a branch railing.
Some Rug Hooking~~~
I wanted to work on some hooking & thought this will do until I have all my supplies under one roof! I'm so scattered with this move & trying my best to stay organized.
Canada of North America - Proud & Free
No news on the Hardwicke House this week but I have a feeling that next week's construction blog will have the house rising out of the ground. Fingers crossed!
Have a great week & enjoy this summers longest day & full moon tomorrow!
Summer is finally here!!
Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there!
My Dad died back in 2000 & I miss everyday. Don't take for granted what you have.
And have a great Dad day!