Thursday, June 26, 2008

Everything is growing well.


The rose garden is all in full bloom right now and the smell is wonderful. I think I could snap photo's all day long!

The veggie garden is doing really well also, just waiting for these peas to fill out a little bit more. Although we had a cooler Spring this year everything seems to have caught up quite nicely.


How blessed I am to be able to see this view every day....when she feels like showing herself.
Our beautiful Mt Rainier, still covered with lots of snow.

Hope everyone is having a lovely Thursday!

9 comments:

annemarie said...

Oh how beautiful - Mt. Rainier - I want to move to the Pacific Northwest!!

jojo-caramel said...

Nooo ! I cannot believe that ! Where do you live ? In switzerland ? ha ha
I did not imagine that you could have mountain like the one I see... I love your Mt Rainier very much ! AND I can't believe that you already have peas in your garden ! Unbelievable !
You live in a wonderful place !!!
Good Lord !

periwinkle said...

Wow, what an amazing view, just gorgeous. I look out on a student house with 1 dead hanging basket and a girl that hangs out of her window to have a cigarette... want to swap?
lisa x

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Beautiful garden and an amazing view! What a lovely corner of the world you live in!

Bethany Hissong said...

Wow! Wow! Wow! This is a beautiful place to live! Our mountains are so much smaller here. And your flowers and garden are so pretty! I am planning how to do mine (I probably won't have a real one til next year but maybe tomatoes this one). I wish you could come here and teach me what you know, because you obviously have a green thumb! Keep taking photos of it, because it is SO inspiring!

Terri Fisher said...

What beautiful photos! I grew up in Chile, South America, and one of the things I miss the most are the snow-covered mountains. Year round, from anywhere in the city, you can see them. Keep the photos coming!

frazzy dazzles said...

Wow! Mt Rainer is fantastic! My town is in near an extinct volcano called Mt Canobolas. It is the highest point between here and the West Australian coastline but it isn't as impressive as your beautiful mount! Jen

Alison Boon said...

That is a truly superb view.

driftwood said...

that is a fantastic view! just gorgeous, I would never get anything done, I would look out of the window all day!