Our Guard Dog
Our ferocious guard dog has returned to his post after a long winter of hibernation. Last summer we developed a nice working relationship. I am so happy he is back!
A few great pictures of CW missed the deadline on my last post so I bring them to you now.
On the Middle Peninsula we ate twice in one night with Jean & Andy. #139. In Topping we ate lots of oysters at Merroir. Still hungry we had 2 desserts each, not Jean (she is not a glutton) at Something Different.
The Pritchard house amazes, maps, floors, bedroom, garden. Take me back to Ireland, wait, no, I'll take a house on College Creek.
Make Way For Merrick, he'll probably be a vertical thinker like his Grandad!
|He is so cute and friendly. Reliable too, he rarely, if ever, leaves his post.|
|Another dog on Dog Street|
|I like the taste of this leash.|
|Greek yogurt sells out fast.|
|Primate thinks he can pull a fast one.|
|#138. Le Yaca with Jean, Donna, & Martha|
|Basket of Gold @ Colonial Nursery|
|Bell jars, Cloches, whatever, I want the big one.|
|Gotta get off Dog St.|
|Back on the main thoroughfare. I thought this was Dog St.|
|What a handsome fellow! And he smelled so clean and he was eating leaves! Two traits I admire in a creature, a clean leaf eater. I need him in my yard.|
|Our table @ Something Different|
|Something Different scene.|
|Andy takes a selfie.|
|Historic Garden week finally arrives!|
|The Grotto, Thanks Mr. Architect you were the funniest person of the day! Maybe you'll draw me up a turret!|
|All the homes were beautiful as were the arrangements put together by the Williamsburg Garden Club. Powder room sink was my favorite. Oh , and i think i may like roosters after all.|