Cowtown Pattie's Texas Trifles: meets Life and takes it by the horns - as seen through the eyes of a native Texan!
Yeah! That's what I'm talkin' bout!
Gorgeous yard, Pattie! And the dog's not so bad lookin' him (her?) self. ;-)
CP, This is not good at all. How do you even get up in the morning from Monday through Friday and go to work? This backyard is waaaaay too tempting to be enjoying just on the weekends. Seems to me, retirement plans should be in the offing.
Love your backyard, all those bird feeders, plants, trees, flowers, etc., etc. Do you get lots of rain, or do you have to water a lot?I'm ready to get a tent and come down to camp out...but...do you have skeeters? One other thing, I can't be sure, but I think I spotted a snipe in one of those shots.
Incredible. Now I'm trying to imagine enjoying the solace of this delightful yard ... while the neighbor's goat bleats from lack of shade and water. Seems like an incredible disconnect, there. (BTW, since I'm commenting on other posts, I might as well say I'm partial to Gene Autry, myself.)
I have simply loved all the gorgeous photos of your wonderous backyard gardens...like I told ya', I would like to vacation right there. Thanks so much Pattie gal.
Your backyard is absolutely beautiful!! Looks like you could have a very large party on these grounds.My question to you is, "who takes care of all this?
Awesome! If you get bored, come over to my Haltom City dump and make the crappy landscape look like an oasis in the crumbling suburbs. :-)T-bone
So very pretty! And lush too. I do like flowers.
Beauty, peace, and a dose of elbow grease. I can see all of these things. Tell me you have a gardening elf tied up in the basement so I dont have to feel so guilty about my barely adequate habitat.
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