Saturday, June 21, 2014

Latitude 48.078

The sun rose at 5:15 (without me) and will set at 9:15.  That's sixteen hours and three minutes of  Sequim sunshine, which happens to be very bright and clear today.  You'd think a girl could get a lot of work done in that amount of time, wouldn't you?  We'll see.  Monday we're going to Wenatchee for a few days, so there is a lot to do, but it's such a glorious day, that maybe the chores should wait for tomorrow.  Miss Scarlet would be proud of that attitude.
Here are updates on the horticultural front.
 Bucket zucchini
 That mysterious purple thing.  See the lavender on the brink of blooming. 

 Every day one more Red Hot Poker crawls farther out but we don't know why.  There are a lot of them in the neighborhood but they all stand straight and tall.  We must have the lazy variety.  
 See the mountains way back there?
 Yes, I scoffed at the bucket garden in the beginning but now I have to eat my words.  And vegetables.
Stand back - here come the hydrangeas.  

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