The veggies are planted in the raised bed.
It's likely far too many but after all, it is an experiment. There are a lot of lettuces planted and once those go by in the heat, there will be more room. The tomatoes will get tied to a trellis Gene is going to install on the edge. The poor pot bound scented geraniums were replanted and look much better than they did in these pics.
Three new scented geraniums were purchased too. A couple of rose scented ones and a cinnamon.
Those got the pots the bigger ones moved out of. The excitement never ends at Runamuck eh? ;-)
A little sewing in the salon. I modified the Everyday Style Esme tunic to do this color blocked linen version.
It is such a happy yellow but yellow is hard color to wear for me.
I tempered it with the cream. Looked great with a pair of skinny jeans and sandals and is cool and comfortable as we head for summer weather!
Yellow seems to be the color of the month. The yellow warp that I made for pup Fiona I used because I didn't really like the color and wanted to use it up. Well, it was a surprise how beautiful it is weaving up in this crackle pattern. The sunlight in the back room washed this out some.
I have gone from wanting to be rid of that rogue cone to wishing I could find another pound or two of the color to have on hand. Weaving is almost always a journey of discovery. It makes it so much fun most of the time. I'll get a better picture of this warp for the next post.
This weekend a trip up to Grants Pass to go to a quilt show, maybe a stop at the Kitchen Store and the fab growers market they have there on Saturday morning. Sunday I'm having a pajama day.
On a sad note, dear friend Mary ( who some of you may remember as buying Nick the horse from me), lost her much beloved jack Russell Terrier, Little Nick. He was probably one of the handsomest Jacks I had ever seen ( pictures here), sweet and gentlemanly. I know how much he was loved and will be terribly missed. Hugs Mary.
Parting shots: Outtakes.