07 April, 2020

a short walk

around our neighborhood last week.

a tableau seen on someone's lawn on Quay street.


where the wildflower garden is located, you can also notice a couple of birdhouses in the trees


a close-up of the birdhouses


the sign pointing to the wildflower garden


the wildflower garden now


33 comments:

  1. Cute house! Hubby got me some, too, but we have no place to hang them somewhere.
    Can´t wait for your wildflower-pics!
    Have a nice day, Bill :-)

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  2. Thank you for the tour. The void of people is what stood out to me. Same thing happening here.

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  3. Clearly a place you have to visit again Bill.

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  4. A pretty place to stroll around, love that white house with the owners sitting next to it :)

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  5. Hi Bill.

    It all looks nice there.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  6. I hope that birds quickly occupied those upscale residences in a prime location.

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  7. Enjoyed the collection of photos.
    Must be plenty of birds come to the bird houses.

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  8. ...that's taking tiny living to an extreme.

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  9. That first tableau is a very Irish scene, all that's needed is for one of the figures to be playing the fiddle or the pipes.

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  10. Nice for someone to have built a home for the little people.

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  11. Hello, I love the row of trees and stone wall. A lovely walk. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  12. Thank you Bill for the wonderful cheerful photos.

    God bless always.

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  13. Beautiful shot of wildflower garden...you can come back and catch them blooming later! Love the bird houses too, but especially the little white house in the grass. I wonder what happens when the grass gets higher!

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  14. That's a sweet tableau Bill and I always love to see birdhouses high in the trees 💙

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  15. A walk always gives you good photo opportunities.

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  16. That house in your first photo must be for the wee folk. Good to see the stone walls around the gardens. This is a great time of year just as the flowers begin to grow and trees bud out.

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  17. I love that family of little people. I also love those bird houses. I hope they are well used.

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  18. I like the stone walls. They are the same as in the Ardeche in France where we live from April to mid-October. But not now because we can't go there.

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  19. That doll house looks super cute! At first I thought it was real. Glad to see you have been walking outdoors but make sure to keep distance :) Stay Safe Bill!

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  20. A nice cheerful post, Bill! That could be a little house fit for a little mouse.

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  21. Very Nice photoes!I like all of them :)))

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  22. The first photo made me laugh
    The second and third made me want to hang a birdhouse
    The fourth and fifth made me want plant a garden soon

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  23. I like seeing the stone fence. We have many of those in Kentucky.

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  24. The gardens will be flowering soon and oh so pretty. And the birds can eat the bad and not so bad bugs
    MB

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  25. Nice bunch of pictures from your walk. Like the stone walls too.

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  26. Walking allows you to see so much more than driving.

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  27. That’s a sweet little house on the tableau.

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  28. the tiny house is wonderful! all nice pictures. EW

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  29. I enjoyed the walk as well...

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  30. The birdhouses will come in handy soon.

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