Our porch faces East. These photos show our front yard, from left to right ... and they would probably make a panorama if stitched together.
There are still a few roses in the Hybrid Tea Garden, and the dogwood tree still has a few of its burgundy leaves left.
The circular driveway in front of our house has four vehicles in it ... though there are only three of us who live here. That big truck is supposed to be parked at the detached garage.
There's the magnolia tree. I showed you its seed pods in a post last week.
That picnic table was here when we bought this place in 2002. It's a great place to sit and enjoy the shade of our oak trees.
Lots of leaves ... and Jeeps.
That house is our closest neighbor ... and it's not really all that close. I see the roses on the Rambler Fence (the dark fence on the right) are also losing their leaves.
I worked on the greenhouse again yesterday afternoon, but it was slow going. All the up/down, squatting and bending, hammering/screwing/cutting/sanding, has made my legs and hands pretty sore. If I weren't racing Old Man Winter like I am, I would take a few days to rest and work on other things. This nice weather won't last forever, and I must do what I can to take advantage of it ... even working at a slower pace accomplishes something ... so more work is planned for my afternoon.
Here is where things stood as of yesterday evening.
The sheathing on the north wall is finished, and I have the first piece of trim installed underneath the center windows. Today's goal ... get the bottom part of the south wall framed, and maybe some sheathing there, too.
It's a beautiful day!