Wednesday, March 18, 2015

More Flowers on Polk

I woke up this morning and it was drizzling rain and overcast and I was dreading another dreary day at the Green Caye RV Park in Dickinson, Texas. Then to my surprise, about eleven this morning the sun burst through and it looked like a beautiful day again. I should not be surprised, because it is winter in Texas and change is routine. My dread of global warming cooled with the sunshine. It does not make sense to me either, but that was what I thought.

Azaleas & Petunias
Azaleas in bloom and Black eyed Susans

I may have mentioned that a few months ago I was looking for a picture on my computer and could not find it. We still had some photo albums in the basement, but I thought I had uploaded all of them. To my surprise I was wrong. When we went through the photos before it appears I cherry picked the ones for uploading, leaving a lot behind. Since then I have been reviewing our pictures to assure I get them all scanned into my computer. There is still some work to do.

Hibiscus amidst Yellow-bells

Gerbera Daisies and Jasmine

Mixed bed
Yesterday I ran across some pictures of flower beds at our house on Polk Lane in Deer Park, Texas. My wife Kathi and our youngest son, Christopher spent a lot of time digging beds and planting flowers. We had a college student and friend named Eric that we paid to maintain our yard for a while and yesterday Kathi reminded me that Eric had bought landscape timbers and helped dig and build some flower beds for her.


Kathi's Jungle Look

More Jungle

Kathi was really proud of her flowers, so today, I am going to post a few more of the pictures taken of the yard before we sold the house to buy a motorhome. You can look in the archive at my previous post “Flowers on Polk Lane” posted on September 14, 2014. I have enough pictures that another post displaying the flowers will happen at a future date.


Morning Glory's

Two mixed beds

Another view of Hibiscus and Yellow-bells

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