The weather has been perfect for working in the over grown jungle that is this yard. My being gone for a week seems to have been encouragement for everything to grow faster.
The volunteer black oil sunflowers are blooming, as are the crape myrtles.
The black bamboo is towering over Dad's shop and needs thinning. I actually will take most of it out this winter. It's not the running variety, but it can get out of hand rather quickly.
The little area of black-eyed Susans are just about done in from the triple digit warm spell we had.
Thinning the abundant crop of pomegranates needs doing as well. I will have plenty to share and make into jelly.
While I'm deep in the jungle working up a
sweat glow, snagged by brush, stabbed by thorns, and bitten by bugs...
Bear is smiling cause he's finally home. Drove 3133 miles with an eye out for him, and find him on the final 35 mile stretch... go figure.