Monday, July 27, 2009

Sheets over a flower bed.

A weathered shed being held up by a forgotten ladder. I love old sheds and barns, the more derelict the better. This one is in good shape, by my standards, but starting to get a nice little sag going on (aren't we all!).

Our neighbour, who has a Christmas tree farm, always seems to have a tractor or two for sale parked at the bottom of his driveway. Makes for a colourfully accented lawn decoration.

P is tantalizing the neighbours and passers-by with his fine collection of bricks that he has left casually lying down by the sidewalk. We have had a few enquiries as to their availabilty. Defninitely a hot commodity, but he just rumbles, "They're mine, mine, all mine!".

And so,my dears, we've come to the end of tonight's ramble. Thanks for joining me.


  1. We made a woodfired bread oven in our backyard with fire's great on a chilly evening, it's great on a sunny evening!! Hang on to those bricks.

  2. An outdoor bread oven sounds marvellous but I don't think I'd care to shovel my wait out to one through 3 feet of snow here in the winter!

  3. Hmmm, any raccoons in that shed ?

  4. Raccoons? I couldn't say for sure, Owen...I think it's a bit too clean for them. Seemed to be an air of eau de skunque in the wind, though. Best not add it to your Michelin Guide just yet!