Terrier Woody

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Bulbs, Barley and Raccoons!

A Little of This and A Little of That
The 'Tete-a-tetes' are blooming.
A 6" mini rock garden Narcissus.

We have a new landscape client, 'Barley'.
White Dog on a Wet Day!

The large daffodils are almost ready to pop!

The pots of mixed tulips have not been eaten by rabbits or deer...or trampled by dogs...Yet!


Monday was sunny and warm enough to have a nice lunch outside, at Elephant's Deli.
While working on this hillside on Council Crest.
Mom felt eyes watching her and looked up to see...
This fella!
 
He yawned and scratched behind his ear.
She woke him up!
One last bloom pic before we go.
It's pouring down rain right now.

The first day of spring is 2 weeks away!! Yippee!!

Wyatt



20 comments:

  1. OMD OMD OMD it is ALMOST the mostest BEAUTIFUL time of Year.
    Our daffy dills are just starting to pop through the ground...Just the tiny tips of them.
    OMD that LUNCH looks Delightful.

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  2. Hi Wyatt! It looks so springy at your house! Do you really have Rhodendron flowers blooming in your yard? How beautiful! And the daffodils soon will open too!
    I love your new little friend that your mom saw. He is quite cute.
    2 weeks- until spring,, yay,, yay!!
    l love
    tweedles

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  3. How nice to see your flowers springing out. But I'd keep a wary eye on that raccoon fella if I were you Wyatt.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  4. Wow Wyatt everything is springing into life over there. Same here and yeeeeppppeee it has stopped raining and it is very very mild and the plants are loving it. Fingers crossed it stays that way for both of us. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. Wowsa! Those blooms are most FABulous!! And Barley is SO CUTE!!!! OMD, Ma thinks she's in loves...whatever.
    So glads you haven't trampled the tulips yet...looks like they're gonna be beautifuls in the planter!
    OMD, tht raccoon looks like Ma when I wake her up!! BOL
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  6. we noticed some daffodil bulbs poking through last week - that was before they got inches of ice dumped on them :)

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  7. we are supossed to get close to 60 this weekend!!!!! Yay maybe spring is on its way. It sure looks like it at your place
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  8. Looks like Spring in your neck of the woods has started!! Your daffies are going to look beautiful.

    SHE loves raccoons, had one for a pet when SHE was young.

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

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  9. We have ice covered snow in our yard. Our mom says that she is never going to see flowers this year! At least we can enjoy yours, Wyatt!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  10. Is that last pic a rhododendron ready to pop into bloom? Whatever it is, it is beautiful. Hope you got some of that lunch -yummy looking to us.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  11. Wow wonderful pictures! And mom was Soooo excited to see Barley the samoyed puppy! Your home is gorgeous and the raccoon was neat to see!
    Marty

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  12. Great pictures and come on Spring.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  13. Love all those flowers! We had some daffydills, but den it got all icy and killed em. Stinks.

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  14. Wahhhhh... I want to grow a garden!

    Monty and Harlow

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  15. I have a feeling the rabbits are on their way. What a cute raccoon
    Lily & Edward

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  16. It sure is nice to come over here and see some FLOWERS!!! We just cannot wait to see something other than grey and white!! Your pictures are just AWESOME!!

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  17. Now the spring is in your garden, how great! Are that macarons you had for breakfast? Any leftovers? (probably not, huh?) I never saw such a racoon thingy for real, it seems we only have scary insects here :o)

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  18. We see those evil eyes watching... I thought Tete-a-tetes meant secret rendezvous... didn't know they were flowers... Cool!

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