I felt the same way, Granny. Well, maybe without the pickup truck. The rest of it, for sure. ;)
They stole your plant mobile idea :-)
A good working kitchen garden is truly a thing of beauty! Glad to see it is in the spotlight at the PNW garden exhibition.
Thank you for the eye candy, Granny! I've never been to a garden show or seen anything like this. I thought it was someone's home until I saw the huge overhead lights. Then I went to the Northwest Flower and Garden Show site. A cool (but long) video of the show there. Also found out there's one here in March! I may just have to check that out...PS Thanks for the Blotanical tip! ;-)
You could drive it back and forth. . .
Hi Granny. At the risk of teaching you egg-sucking, sycamore is a very "clean" wood, traditionally used for kitchen utensils and chopping boards. It's also great for fires as it will burn without furring up the chimney even when green.Loving your blog;)
Gran, I love you new profile picture! You look all decked out for the beach. I'll have to work on my self-consciousness and upload one of myself one of these days.
Neat to look at. So "perfect" though.We have a neighbor that has a boat in their yard with vines coming out of it climbing up into the tree. Different.
Hey you could just transport you garden wherever you go if it were on a truck.
You have a white pickup truck? Well, Annie, there is no way back now. We will wait for the pictures of your vegetables-in-a-truck! BTW, Karen from Greenwalks wrote in her comment that she saw a chicken laid an egg in a cab!Happy February to you!