More Spring Beauty

Mild temperatures and plenty of rain has made this season a spring to remember.


Lots of daffodils and tulips add plenty of color to the flower gardens.


I particularly like the tulips.


This red, yellow and black may be my favorite.  Looks almost like an insect there in the middle, doesn’t it?


Lots more yellow out on the lawn where dandelions blossom.  Cherry and apple trees are also blooming.

I have tilled the vegetable garden and Sylvia has planted peas, parsnips and radishes.  We have the first picking of asparagus.  It is very tasty and went well with our evening meal.

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About Chuck

I am retired after a career in electronics and in publishing. Today, my wife of 50+ years, Sylvia, and I live in a house on a hill beside a dirt road in rural west Michigan. We enjoy living in this country environment where livestock and wild life out number the human population.

8 thoughts on “More Spring Beauty

    • I think you have already learned how to appreciate many things. Retirement will bring you more time to practice that appreciation.

  1. Oh, the garden is beautiful!! It’s a feast for the eyes after a long winter, isn’t it?

    I am looking forward to seeing the veggie garden this summer. I am always envious of the space you have to grow your own food.

    • Sylvia is out in the veggie garden planting some of the early crops. We’ve already seen peas, radishes and parsnips peeking. There’s not much to see right now, except rhubarb and asparagus.

  2. I always think I’m not a big fan of flowers, but there are particular kinds that I always like. Tulips are some of my favorites. I guess I need to rethink my alleged indifference.

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