Latin night with Ruben and Luciano
Madame is ready to go
Too much silliness at Alice and Ed Wall's Rancho Del Sol
|I built the walkway last year. Lined with weed cloth, |
5 tons of gravel and a bunch of stones to border.
Kept me busy for a bit...
|Louise in the center is looking out for the park. |
Started the side walkways, have the Mariposite outcrop and planted 72 baby Salvias.
|Lulu, named after Bea's two most loved women:|
Louise Brooks and Louis Veronica Chiccone.
|Lulu and Bea|
|Another sitting area where we never sit :)|
|The rose garden, loved by rabbits and squirrels. |
I only sit for the picture.
|Mark takes 2 seconds to sit|
|I have the arbor assembled ready for this entrance way|
|Rain is the perfect time to dig up the lavender bed|
|Flooding the park|
|My boots are muddy inside and out.|
|Soaked to the bones digging up the site|
|come on rain!!!! Love the soaking and |
YES....I am dancing in the rain with my headphones on.
|Bed is ready, dug up, fertilized and filled back....lavenders are lining up for planting|
|Lavenders on the front|
|72 Salvias, 85 Lavenders, 30 Daisies and god knows what else are all in the ground.|
|Baby Lavenders are happy|
|Woodland in the backyard|
|Woodland and puppy yard|
|Rock creek and men kitchen.|
|National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico night.|
|Feel like Edwardian for the night. Why not?|
|My handsome baby|
|Who is ready for a concert?|
|Buck will hold down the rugs while we are gone.|
That's his favorite job.
|Spitzers wants to go.|
He is always ready to party.
Fantastic concert! The best of the season so far. We loved the authentic
Mexican music the orchestra played.
Alfonso Moreno sure knows how to make a guitar sound good.
They played the Brahms 4th, but Mark and I agreed that we should
leave that for the Germans to perform.