Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Outdoor Wednesday

 

I am joining Susan at a Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday. This Wednesday I am going to try to catch up some more on my visiting and do some housekeeping on my blog. What are you going to do?

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I had this concrete head in in my first home in Florida. I could not find a place for it in my present home. She needs to be sunk into the ground and have her head planted so we decided that she could work in Jack’s shade garden. By the end of the summer she should be just beautiful. A wagon wheel leans up against a tree.

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We can sit on his deck and wait for hummingbirds. And if the weather cooperates there are a few pictures I would like to take.

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Then we will go back to the cabin and look at the lake. There might be a sailboat race.

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Have a great day!

19 comments:

Jackie said...

Hi Carol

Great post as usual. What are the red flowers on the decking called?

Looks like you have been busy on your blog with the wonderful new blog header!!

Have a lovely Outdoor Wednesday, Jackie in UK.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Carol, this looks like paradise!

XO,

Sheila :-)

LDH said...

Hi Carol!

I really love the concrete planter head... the foliage growing is great! I wish I had one :)

Beautiful photos for your Outdoor Wednesday!

Kindly, ldh

Marilyn said...

Love the head.......The rest....Beautiful!!
Have a Wonderful Day!!
Marilyn
xxoo

podso said...

Like your new header. Teacups are great--as well as the flowers. so pretty!

j.hogan16 said...

Carol, Dean & I just love the head shot! Jack's back porch looks so inviting with a cocktail in one hand and camera in the other. I love the new header it's really eye catching.

John & Dean

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Carol:
Love the images you shared today, especially the head planter. I also adore your new blog header!
xoxo
Donna

Bella said...

It all looks lovely! I am joining Outdoor Wednesday for the first time today ~ I kept seeing your posts and thought maybe I should join in. You inspired me. :) I have to tell you I just LOVE your new blog header. It is really beautiful!!!

Linda www.mykindofcooking.com said...

I would never leave home if I had a yard like yours! I live in the high dessert of New Mexico. It is all about decorating with rock here.

From the Kitchen said...

Lovely! I'd like to while away a few hours in your garden.

Best,
Bonnie

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Beautiful photographs, Carol! You have such a beautiful lake view from your lovely green chairs on your deck!

Pam said...

That concrete head is great. I always love a little unexpected thing in the garden - anyone can just do a birdbath. It looks like you've found the perfect place for it.

Tammy @ The Sabourin Family said...

Beautiful flowers! And I love the outter colour scheme of your home. Looks like a beautiful place to relax.

Maggie B said...

Hi Carol,
Gorgeous new header image, wow!
I love the photo of your deck, if it was ours I wouldn't budge all day.
A perfect place to sip iced tea & read a good book.
Maggie

Carla said...

Can I come and hang out in your yard? All I have is gravel, cactus and dirt.... It looks like a dream!

Mary said...

Carol, I love the photos you chose to share with us today. The photo of the lake looks tranquil and remarkably restful. What a gorgeous view. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

Bill said...

Hi Carol,
It's always fun to stop by and see your wonderful photographs. Your deck looks inviting -- love the colors! It sounds so relaxing to sit and look out across the lake.

I hope you have an enjoyable holiday weekend.

Warmest regards,
Bill

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

What a lovely blog you have, I enjoyed browsing through! Thanks for visiting mine!

Katherine
(I'm still in FL!)

A Garden of Threads said...

I would love to sit on your porch waiting to see the hummingbirds at the Monarda. Have a wonderful weekend.

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