After some thunderstorms last night and an early morning shower,
the sun is out, shining brightly into the east facing upstairs bedroom.
Another 80F day ahead but no garden watering required.
Yesterday I almost fell over when I checked the arbor and
noticed such a mass of blooms on the trumpet vine - the best I can recall
in the years of growing, being cut down, and climbing up again! Maybe it was
due to the very mild winter weather.
Bob at work in the garden, plenty to keep him busy.
Note we also have fairy lights on the arbor - it's very bright
and cheery in the evenings.
Yesterday we also heard there were fabulous local strawberries for sale at a
roadside stand nearby. Bob gathered his mask and car keys and took a
quick ride - his first time out in a week - to get some.
There can be no 'PICK YOUR OWN' customers in the berry patch this spring due
to the virus isolation rules, so this farmer is bringing them to us. He expects to
have berries for at least two months so I know we'll be back often.
Yes, I'm washing them well!
These have to be the best tasting strawberries ever, and I like that the
basket held assorted sizes.
Don't forget, Bob will be pulling the winner's name from his hat on Monday!
If you didn't leave a comment on my post regarding the book giveaway, there's
still a chance to win if you go to this post, GIVEAWAY
Hope you join in.