Thursday, October 11, 2007

OK, where did the time go?

Two years ago - first of October found us in California's Sequoia National Park - this year's vacation will take us to the Grand Canyon and to visit Kathy & Ralph at Sheep Thrills farm. I am starting to get excited.

Last year first of October - the sunflowers lasted a lot longer - this year's are all gone - knocked over by the wind- eaten by the very happy/hungry finches.

This year first of October - this picture is looking the other direction in our yard from the picture I posted the other day. It's just a riot of color around here right now.

The sunflowers may be gone, but the zinnias are still blooming, aren't they Sinda.


Kathy L. said...

I can hardly wait!'s getting close! WaHoo!

Sharon said...

Nice colors - this is my favorite season, and October is my favorite month for just this reason.

Miss Peach>(^,^) said...

Sinda you look so content in the flowerpatch! Soon it will be indoor weather only around the northwest. Mommy let me on the patio for a brief moment because I begged to go out. I have been sneezing and coughing a I do not get my way all the time. I also got a new fun to paddle in the water hee hee!
Autumn is wonderful and I love the colors she brings into the gardens. Mommy really loves the turkey Shepards Pie you baked below....she will make that for me soon! I demand it!
Love and hugs from Miss Peachy

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vlb5757 said...

I love the pictures of the trees and the sunflower. I have tried two years in a row to grow the giant sunflowers but the birds go them before they had time to germinate. I will have to figure out another method for next summer.

It's wonderful that you get to visit a fellow blogger. I would love to visit another sheep farm to see the differnce between Merino blends and Sheltlands. Have a good trip!

vlb5757 said...

Tina-I tried to E mail you back but it bounced back so I will ask my question here. It's okay to transplant the sunflowers? I thought they couldn't be transplanted. Boy, if they can, then I will have sunflowers next year for sure. We have a sunroom and it gets warm in the day and cooler at night but still warmer than outside. I think I could plant some in peat pots out there and then transplant them when the weather warms up. Is that what you guys do?