Week in Pictures

pizza
Homemade pizza on homemade dough with our homemade Italian sausage on our new pizza stone? Yes please!

Garden totally rocking it on both veggie and herb areas (even the zucchini is finally coming to life, albeit later than in most areas of the country!) along with the scarlet runner bean trellis next to the hive…

 

 

pinkrose
Roses are loving their sunny, fairly wind-protected spot in front of the barn (that also – knock on wood – has not attracted any deer thus far this year – yay for stinky spray!).

 

DIYtable
Even managed to make a quickie DIY table out of an old section of tongue & groove wall that was torn out last year during our kitchen remodel when we opened up the dining room to the kitchen, and a few scrap posts & 2x4s

 

 

 

wyandotte
Broiler chicks in what I’m calling their 2 week old ‘awkward tween’ stage – no longer puffballs but rather a bit alien looking…
pinkrose
Roses are loving their sunny, fairly wind-protected spot in front of the barn (that also – knock on wood – has not attracted any deer thus far this year – yay for stinky spray!).
DIYtable
Whipped together a happy outside table with a scrap piece of tongue & groove that used to be part of the wall (since torn down) between the kitchen and dining room, along with old deck posts and 2×4’s and some zero-VOC exterior paint and sealer. πŸ™‚

Then finished out the week at a pub in Hammond where we bumped into our awesome next door neighbors (the husband moonlights as a karaoke “KJ”) who convinced Dan to belt out the classic Pogues tune dirty old town for my entertainment.

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4 thoughts on “Week in Pictures

        1. Ugh… Yeah we live in an area that’s normally really really rainy and super mild yet we have tomatoes which is pretty rare for this area as it’s usually too cold. Back in Portland we used to have to put bed sheets over everything in the summer when it would get into heat waves otherwise everything would burn on the vine. Hope things get better soon 🀞

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