No small goldfish bone of contention, my desire to have fish again in the garden was not getting the go-ahead by Victor. Of course, my last koi pot became a sashimi bar for the raccoons…
My kid sister’s family in front of Seattle..standing on the flattest piece of ground we could find.
We’ve a narrow front yard making it easier than normal to spot unusual birds or wildlife in it. Imagine spotting a gloved Victor so far from his native habitat!
The Seattle archives contain two fairly large sets of residential photos. If your house was standing during the mid-30’s and again in the 50’s, there’s likely a photo of it in the archives
Despite last week’s odd several days of snow, we ate our very first salad out of our new garden. It’s the tender, bright taste of Spring!
Yesterday, I decided it was time to let the Mason Bees get warmed up and ready for a busy pollinating season. Out of the fridge they came, and into their newly constructed and installed bee home they slide.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” he demurely whispered as he averted my bulging garden-addled eyes.
Taking our first step toward making our new house more sustainable, we’ve invested in a Worm Factory. Now keeping worms in the kitchen, that’s love!
Despite being further north than the tip of Maine, snow in Seattle is an unusual event that thrills and scares us.
Our closing for the house took several hours. Vic liked reading the small print. That gave me plenty of time to let my mind wander. Perhaps too much time.
Catfood is easy to prepare and cheap! Perfect for preoccupied new home owners.
It’s amazing how many “fixer uppers” there are in Seattle that folks are asking more than $500,000 for.
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