Here’s a photo of some loose hibiscus tea brewing in the window to celebrate moving day. Any Given Sundry is morphing into Any Given Sundry Too because I used up all the free space.
I’d appreciate very very much it if you could go there when you see a post. That’s how it will get mapped and be searchable online. You can follow via WordPress, or sign up for email notification or click through when you see a post on Facebook, and you would be doing me a nice favor!
It’ll be my online home until I figure out the next step, if there is one. Knowing I was running out of space put a real crimp in my posting.
I’m going to try to post every day for the rest of June at least, to return to my old habit of a photo a day, which was a rich one. I’m going to Indiana for a couple of weeks so the posts will be 95% green. You will like it. Really, you will.
Thanks so much to my regular commenters, likers and readers! You make this fun and un-lonely!
Morning hike around our peaks. Out before the heat.
Nice find along the trail this morning. Wouldn’t have noticed it if a lizard hadn’t run into the clump of grass that had grown up through this.
Luckier for me than the horse that threw it near the top of Hydra’s mountain.
Homegrown organic apricots and organic blueberries for breakfast this morning. Our apricot tree doesn’t always produce due to the vagaries of weather here at 3100 feet on the cusp of the Mojave Desert, but when it does, it’s heaven!
The apricot tree was small and struggling, with a lot of bark damage when we moved in almost 16 years ago, but now it’s a lovely shade tree and this year I figured out how to stay ahead of the squirrels and we have a nice harvest.
I went out just about every day for the past couple of weeks and pulled off the fruit that would come loose in my hand pretty easily and finished ripening in boxes in the house. On Sunday I saw that the squirrels had had a bit of a party in the yard, so I got out the step ladder and picked everything I could reach. I dropped the fruit that was bird-damaged onto the lawn and let the squirrels and rabbits take them. They did!
Hope you have a good gardening season!
Isn’t she lovely?
We saw this cubist face (that’s what I see) on the side of Sundry’s Mountain today. I would bring it home if it weren’t so heavy.
Clouds on the 138 between Mojave Desert and Angeles National Monument. I’d like this paint job on the car for real.
ElDub stayed the night at our place after The Harmonistas played an assisted living home in Apple Valley. It broke up her looooong drive from Camarillo, and gave me an excuse to bring some of the flowers in from the yard.
The roses mostly came from our miniature pink rose in the front. There are also sprigs of rosemary, lavender flowers, sage flowers, and privet blooms. Fun going around the yard snipping!