Today I obviously went on a photo spree. I made this photo look old because the sign is old.
I don't know what was in the glass, but I thought the glass sitting on the sidewalks added to the flower garden.
Ada Petersheim at Dutch Heritage.
Wanda Brunstetter in the middle with her fans. I didn't know that Kelly behind us is also one of my blogger fans. I was pleased to meet her.
Darrell, I continue to run into him every now and then this summer. When the other musicians return to Pinecraft he will throw off his painted pants and help make music.
I parked my bike with the VIPs on the Dutch Heritage porch. They have plenty of bike racks in the parking lot but it was a bit far for me to walk so I chose this spot.
On my return from Dutch Heritage I found these flowers against the brink wall.
There are some Phlox hidden in this yellow blooming bush. If we look for it, we can find beauty hidden in everything.
Tonight I look another ride around the neighborhood. I biked back to the very dead end of Bimini Street. I don't know why this privacy fence and high weeds fascinate me, but they do.
And I love to gaze across the canal to these beautiful southern homes, with the Spanish Moss and Palm Trees. It gives me a nice balmy southern feel.
This is Becky Fisher's former home. They are putting in brick walkways.
And the end of this day...