Wednesday, July 14, 2010


There is a whole lot of corn, like millions and millions of acres of corn between Buffalo, New York and Clyde, North Carolina via the Michigan/Canada route. A whole lot of corn.

Some where in there is my vegetable garden. It has corn too. Some where in there.

It is good to be home. Hundreds of pictures have been down loaded to the computer. The kitties have been fed and petted.

But after the action packed extended weekend of garden blogger's Buffa10 and a ten hour drive from Michigan it is time for lights out.


Les said...

That is a great shot of the corn with all its different layers. I sorry I could not afford the trip, we are spending our vacation on AC repairs.

Carol Michel said...

I hope you find your corn in there before the raccoons do! It was great to see you again. Good to hear you made it through the cornfields safely.

Siria said...

Hi Christopher! Home sweet matter how wonderful a trip may be it is always so nice to arrive home. Your sunflowers are spectacular! Can't wait to hear/see about your trip.

Lola said...

Welcome home Christopher. I'm glad you had a wonderful time & got to see the Falls. My brother saw them a few yrs back when he & wife went there for son's wedding.
Do bring us up to date on the corn & other goodies in your roadside garden. Things look like they've grown quite a bit in your absence. Sure hope the "coons" don't find your corn. Had the GGS's Pick mine the other day & gave them to GGS's mom for her to cook.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I am glad you made it home safe and sound. Can't wait to see your impressions of the gardens in Buffalo.

Anonymous said...

So glad you are home safe and sound, if tired. Love the corn and sunflower shots. It must have been a scenic drive. We have made that trip and enjoyed it, if too long in the car. :-)