This is the road to the nearest Trader Joe's, a gorgeous highway through
vineyards, farms, and open land.
This time a year you can count on sights to remember.
I had to stop and just watch the sheep graze,
Some had bells that made a lovely clang as they brushed against
the dry glass, the sound was like a gentle whisper, I could have
stayed the entire day just watching.
As a painter I marvel at the mauve shadows they cast under this stately oak tree.
A quick stop at Beth's for some fresh flowers for the table.
Shopping finished we head back, stopping along the way for a few more photo's .
The pumpkins at this farm are starting to turn, I can't wait until October !
Back at home I arrange flowers for the kitchen and patio table,
the hand vase I bought in Paris last winter, I have a collection of iron stone jugs
that always look wonderful with seasonal flowers.
Traded with Sally and got this wonderful vintage glass grape bottle.
Looks great with the dahlia's .
Time to clear the patio table it's almost time for company.
Julie arrives with a hot nectarine pie she had just baked, look at that crust !
This pie was scrumptious.
Time for our party, thanks for stopping in, hope you enjoyed the adventure.
Happy days. Vicki