Carl and I were off and running on Thursday morning to join our local hosta group on a bus trip of fantastic gardens in Door County. (More on those gardens in my next post.) We had to be on the bus by 7:00 AM, so we had to leave home by 6:30AM.
Before we could leave there were dogs to walk and feed, chickens to open the coop for and fetch fresh water, the cat needed his breakfast and the potted plants needed their daily dose of watering. Carl was up by 5AM and down the road walking the dogs and I was toting water to all the pots. Too many pots, according to Carl. He says I need to cut back on them by about half. Yeah, next year.
I'm not a Morning Person. At all. I am a Night Owl, but since I was up and ready to go so early, I thought I'd grab the camera and take some pictures for Fertilizer Friday. Early morning pictures are a relative rarity for me; heck, early morning anything is rare for me lately.
When I looked through the viewfinder I saw that the camera had instantly fogged up. The humidity was still very high but I kept wiping down the lens and got some pictures before it was definitely time to go.
|The back yard through a foggy lens|
|The Riverbed from a bunch of vantage points.|
It's late (after 1:30AM) and I wanted to have something to share for Fertilizer Friday, so I'm just gonna dump a bunch of pictures here and strap on the ol' CPAP mask and call it a night.
Gosh, I'm tired tonight. Not my usual yakkity-yak self. Maybe after a good night's sleep, I'll make more sense.
(Hey, I can always hope, right?)