Last weekend, Tuffy P went one-handed apple picking with a friend from work. She still had her cast on (it came off on Monday) but that didn’t stop her from coming home with loads and loads of the tastiest apples of multiple varieties. What’s a… Read More
We planted this Shishigashira, or “Lion’s Head” Japanese Maple in our first year on Twenty Seventh Street. It’s done very well out front, and although this tree sustained some damage over last winter, it has recovered nicely. One of the things I love about the… Read More
You can tell it’s getting into fall when roasting veggies becomes a regular activity here on 27th Street.
This shot was taken in Sam Smith Park, looking west toward the yacht club.
I took this shot while walking the dogs this afternoon. It’s looking east on Lake Prominade from 27th Street. It’s pretty around here in the fall.
November is around the corner but the last bits of intense garden colour linger still.
It seems more like October than September to me. As I look out the window, the sky is a dirty yellow, telling me the rain is not done yet. On the good news front, maybe that will trigger a fruiting of tasty edible wild mushrooms.… Read More