and it is evident all about the farm.
Our wagon shows how much rain we have had in the past
Oh the noxious weeds are rampant.
With all the heavy rains in the past few weeks, we have a large
amount of surprise plants, here, there, and everywhere.
I thank the chickens!
Now this was a pumpkin I had tossed to the chicks.
The edge of our yard has a surprise gourd plant~I think it is a gourd plant.
Marigolds and such...outside the rock garden.
Like a few years ago, the mesquite have become
trellises for the plants about the property!
I just walked through that puddle myself a few minutes ago.
It was like the bottom of a pond or lake. Squishy~ as I was
This is the tire garden and it is usually tires with plants and the
ground it plain old New Mexico dirt.
Our pomegranate trees are overflowing.
As is everything else, even if a few need to be tossed.
Another pomegranate, looking nice.
The tire garden.
Another view. Those yellow flowers are weeds. I really wish
they weren't as they are so lovely. Instead they are so horrible
and with the rains, they are everywhere.
I think that the rains are over for a bit, and with
Athena photo-bombing this picture, I think I can close
my post with