Last Day of June

What a lovely early summer we are having.  There’s been plenty of rain and sun.  The old cherry tree has so many cherries that a limb fell.  That’s not unusual, but I was surprise nonetheless.  I’ve been propping up one long limb for years, and, of course, that’s not the one that fell.

Nameless perennial geranium
Nameless perennial geranium
The first of the daylilies in the Secret Garden
The first of the daylilies in the Secret Garden
Ripe cherries
Ripe cherries
Nameless perennial geranium
Nameless perennial geranium

2 thoughts on “Last Day of June

  1. Oh man. A new limb fell! I love that tree AND of course the cherries on it. Have you made anything with them? The dark pictures are very striking!

    1. Yup, a new limb feel, the one that the wind chimes were hanging from. But that happens to cherry trees and as long as the limb didn’t fall on something or someone, I’m ok. A friend loaded it into a truck and took it to a dump he uses for garden and yard waste. I’ve only made a cherry pie and a couple of cherry crisps. But friends and neighbors have come over and harvest oodles of cherries. Too bad you were already in the Northland. 😦

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