Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Between Downpours

I was up early enough to see the brief appearance of blue sky. The sun wasn't exactly out. It had yet to make it over the top of a cloudy Sandy Mush Bald. The sky quickly resealed itself.



How full does the bucket need to be before you can say it's raining buckets? That wind was sure howling last night too.



I snuck in a quick stroll before the rains returned and I head down to the cabin to stain the ceiling of the main room.



It seems rainy days and Sundays are now the main cabin work days. I am beginning to remember what it is like to work for a living. Gardening clients have been keeping me busy this spring.



Maybe I should start buying lottery tickets. I could stay busy in this mountain top garden alone until the end of my time.

6 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Definitely buy a lottery ticket. Hopefully your winnings will take you until the end of your time and you can sit up on that mountain top as long as you wish. A lovely place to be.

Siria said...

I'm with Lisa! That morning sky is lovely. It doesn't have too much of a hint of the downpour that lay ahead. When do you foresee "move-in day" being?

Tom - 7th Street Cottage said...

That's my new goal in life. To win the lottery so that I can garden all day, every day. And not worry if anyone likes it aside from me.

Christopher C. NC said...

Is that sad? You just won the lottery. What are you going to do?

I'm going outside to putter in the garden. Yippee!

Anonymous said...

Yay for the new clients! We knew it would come in time. Yes, you have quite a garden to putter in.

bev

sweet bay said...

The azalea and views are lovely; I'd never want to leave either.