Living the life of gardening high on the low spot of a
North Carolina mountaintop.
Christopher,Your photographs are fabulous! I logged on this morning in hopes that Part II of the Garden Tour would be posted. Will have to check back tonight. Something to look forward to.
Cute bug! Looks like you're getting plenty of rain for your veggies and stuff. Good for them, hope it doesn't slow your cabin progress too much.
You took some great shots! I like the clouds over the mountains. The bug looks curiously like a cucumber beetle. I hope it isn't near your cucumbers if you have them!
Thanks for the compliments on the pics. All I really did was frame it and click. Nature does most of the work.Lisa, drought? What drought?You're scaring me Dave. I am expecting a bumber crop of pickles.
I need to vent a little here, maybe buried in this comment it won't be seen by too many. I really get tired of seeing the national presentation of the people in this area as toothless bible thumping inbreds. We do have some like that, but every part of the country has its own version of poverty and ignorance. They are still human beings, not to be thought of as somehow less than that. Part of the charm here is the lack of ultra cool and hipness, like a step back in time. I hope you understand what I am trying to say here, I think you do. No one is better than anyone else, we are all magical. Delete this if you want.
Frances, I completely understand your point...many of my very best friends would be considered "less than" by popular (or certainly TV) standards, but boy it's the closest I come to real warmth and spirituality, anywhere!
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