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This is yesterday bayside. I didn’t have the phone today it was dead. We used to look at this out the window at the last house which was nice but the wind was really dreadful and I wouldn’t like to live right in the water like that again. Not here anyway. The prevailing winds are really ferocious.
 

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View attachment 59305View attachment 59306I never can remember the name of these. They were table flowers in a restaurant I worked at where I met my wife. They last a long time for cut flowers. These looked mushed and unhealthy in the Whole Foods where I shop for flowers and pretty much nothing else, but they were early and opened over about 2 days.
These are alsteramaria lillies.
View attachment 59305View attachment 59306I never can remember the name of these. They were table flowers in a restaurant I worked at where I met my wife. They last a long time for cut flowers. These looked mushed and unhealthy in the Whole Foods where I shop for flowers and pretty much nothing else, but they were early and opened over about 2 days.
These are alstroemeria lillies. They are a great cut flower to have and last a long time, as you know. And they have no fragrance so are good for those who are sensitive to fragrances. 💐
 

Tornadic Thoughts

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Trying to contain the static electricity in my layered, long-ish, thin hair is a daily challenge this time of year. Even with humidifiers in our house. Even on rainy days. Even when I gather it, twist it, bun it up on top of my head with a satin scrunchy, and wrap it up with a bandada, it still shows me that the joke's on me...🤪

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Last night's moon rise...glad I took that because tonight is too cloudy to see it...boo...hiss...

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Tornadic Thoughts

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Here's a few of the gardening pics I've found, so far, @Recovery4Me . Will share more as I happen upon them. Thanks for the trip down memory lane of one of my favorite times of the year:

This is one of our raised beds next to the big garden space (which is to the right of the raised beds) and the fence we placed around it - that's the same fencing we used around the pots under the grape trellis and on the front porch that I mentioned in my other post - this one had beets, collards, kale, and spinach in it when this pic was taken - to the left of it is another raised bed just like it - that's where we planted the sweet potatoes this past year:

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This is about how tall our cherry tomato plants get each year - there's a raised herb bed on legs on both sides of it, with more tomato plants on each side of them - this was in August of last year - these things go wild, and as you can see, we eventually tire of trimming the sucker leaves (please pardon the blur):

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Here's a partial pic of our seed starter space - you can't see the fans or the warming mat all that well, but this gives a pretty good idea of how we have it set up:

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