the elders and their house on wheels went north yesterday ... they are returning home today -- next trip will include the boat and the rest of their stuff.
kind of looks like we live in a forest doesn't it... trees and brush have grown a bit over the years.
I was cruising on Bessie and found a patch of wild phlox ... a large patch on the back hill -- amid the trees and junk farm equipment
my first monarch butterfly of the season. I was chasing it for a picture and discovered the phlox patch.
not enought of this happening. I replanted 55 transplants I bought from Karen's and re-seeded at least 55 more hills. time will tell.
So I spent last night re-seeding and a bit of weed control. I came home and watched 2 hours of YouTube video on long arm quilting. Can't wait to try something. Now if I had something ready that would help eh.
Went back out and transplanted transplants this morning. Supposed to rain for the next 2 days (what else) so they'll be ready for the rain. It is clouding up. I've done all I can do -- if it grows it grows if not, well, it won't.