Wednesday, March 28, 2012



I am still amazed at all the beauty.








My brother Paul visited last week from Kansas and we put him to work planting pear trees, rasberries  blackberries an additional apple tree and replacing two blueberry bushes.



Many thanks for your help.




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10 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, that's the kind of visitor that's handy to have!!! your place is gorgeous!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Your place is looking great - I'm sure all the effort will be fruitful ;-)

Sue said...

looks like you have all been busy too. Isn't it lovely to see all the spring flowers. What is the bush with the white blossoms?

Tanya said...

will you send your brother over to my place when you're finished with him ;) great spring photos!

Amy Burzese said...

Wonderful! I especially like the seedlings with the fence and blooming tree in the background.

Nancy Claeys said...

It's rather sad the the enthusiasm and beauty of early Spring cannot last through summer. Gorgeous photos!

Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursday!

Debbie said...

what beautiful land you have!!

Robyn said...

It amazes me how "spring like" it is in your pictures. And many other blogger picts I have seen this week. The blooming trees and flowers are beautiful.

Our trees are budding, a little. I need to go hunting for flowers, no blooms here.

Thank You for stopping in at my blog. :)

shirley said...

Wow, you will really enjoy having those fruit trees and bushes when they start to bear fruit.
Love the spring in your area!

laurenjeanallece said...

Oh, I love spring and all of the wonderful (and delicious!) goodies coming up from the soil on the way!

Popped over from your Kate's blog (she is seriously wonderful!) and I love your blog (especially the name!)

Hope you're having a beautiful weekend back east!