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March 30, 2014

Sunlit Sunday

Well today is the last Sunlit Sunday blog party for this year.  I've been joining the party with my other blog but I thought I would toss together some current scenes of my yard where my gardens are still hidden by the blanket of white.



My garden benches are starting to appear again
When I opened the door I could hear the chickadees tweeting their songs- so nice!

We didn't remove all the snow on the deck this winter.  As you can see we've got a ways to go yet but as soon as it's all melted I know the plants will quickly emerge.  We go from a frozen quiet landscape to full speed ahead in spring!
Looking forward to seeing what everyone will be up to this summer in their gardens!

Summer 2013
Watching and waiting!

Summer 2013
I much prefer this kind of view!

Thank you as always for visiting!!



14 comments:

  1. I much prefer your last view as well. Your present views looks like ours. We woke to another few centimetres of snow this morning, hoping this was winters last hurrah.

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  2. Oh, you still have a lot of snow!
    But it is the right setting: watching and waiting. We can learn a lot from the cats ;-)
    Have a great springtime :-)

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  3. Your last photo of your garden is my favorite, too. Is that a morning glory in the background?

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  4. That's a lot of snow. You do have a beautiful garden space with snow and without the snow it's amazing!

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  5. I sure would love a tour of your summertime garden, Liz. I'll be visiting it via your blog, absolutely!

    Karen

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  6. You have a lot of snow!! Your snow garden is just beautiful. We had snow just for two days in March. They were quickly melting. That exciting time for me and many photographers in my area had quickly gone! I love your summer garden too. I see how you love your garden.Just pretty!

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  7. I hope the snow is gone soon so you can enjoy your spring and summer garden.

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  8. I prefer that view as well...wishing you a warm up and spring to come in with lots of blooms soon.

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  9. You have had a long winter. I hope your spring dreams are realised soon.

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  10. Spring has been a long time coming in your part of the world - don't blink and miss all those spring beauties.

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  11. You really got hammered with snow. It was unreal for us this year too but nothing like you got. We just had snow again Sat. Really hoping this is the end of it all. Feels nice today and tomorrow is to be also. Need to get some things done out there.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  12. I am looking forward to visiting your garden as it wakes up. I will follow you in anticipation of seeing your beautiful flowers.

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  13. Hi Liz, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
    http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.ca/

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  14. Still snow.......but spring is in the air and will transform your garden in a place of beauty again. I´m for the first time here and have read a number of blogposts, I enjoyed it. I am a enthousiastic gardener too but then in another part of the world, the Netherlands. I am going to follow you.

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