Vince and I have one final job before completing this summer's landscaping project, the installation of colored rock over the new berm. If we finish by Friday, I'll post an image.
We also planted two new trees, an Amur Maackia and Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry.
|Amur Maackia - I love this tree. The leaves look tropical.|
|Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry. Off to the right....out future deck!|
The serviceberry is a good reminder that all good things (and endeavors) come in due time if we persist. Kind of where my writing projects are at the moment, but I haven't lost hope. I'm attending the the Rivers of Ink writers' conference next month in Richland, WA. I'm excited to learn more about the field, and in particular, the writing software, Scrivner, one speaker's topic.
We passed the following restaurant while driving to Spokane recently, and decided to stop. We now have a new favorite. Check out the neat sculpture in front.
|A great place to eat, Ritzville, WA|
|Across from the restaurant, just off I-90|
Have a nice weekend everyone!!
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