Xylaria species

Xylaria species

Friday, September 29, 2006





Icarus unblocked II.

Not sure what happened, but 40 minutes of uploading of pictures interspersed with writing disappeared. Aargh!

It has been two months since my last post - yeah, about the way I write letters too.

The whole point tonight is to share pictures of Icarus. Completed almost a month ago, languishing in its' unblocked state. But hey, I finally got around to taking pictures of it!

First photo is of Icarus on my Haralred apple tree. Good crop this year and so far no broken branches or bear maulings. The apples need to be picked soon, but they are a good eating and storage apple, so we will be enjoying them into the winter. I should have gotten a picture of our plum tree and it's crop. We had to prop some branches and were begging people to come share in the bounty. Lots of plums were eaten (even Porter likes them) and shared in the Duluth area.

Second photo is a close up of the edging. Pretty nice as is - can't wait to see it after a hard blcoking.

Third photo - Autumn crocus at the base of the apple tree. One of my favorite flowers. Emerges just in time for my birthday :->

The last photo is a good visual description of why I have been away so long. We started the game with 9 players (full team is 11), eventually got 11 players and even a sub or two for the injured players :-> I had run a 6.6 mile trail run (Bangin' in the Brush) the day before and the photo is from the second half I believe.

4 comments:

Chris said...

Icarus is gorgeous!! Hee hee - fun picture of you, too.

Oh! Belated happy birthday. :)

Lisa said...

Thanks for the coments on Icarus. Wait till it is blocked!

Yeah, myy sister was up - I didn't think that was the only picture she would snap of me - but it is a good description of how I was feeling at that point.

It was a fun-filled birthday weekend. Trail run - almost in the rain, followed by a day of chasing a small ball around with people 20 years younger than me.

amyroz said...

Lisa:
I do believe I recognize that yarn! You know if I had kept the yarn - it still would NOT be knit up! It is georgeous! Can't wait to see it for real!

Amy Rosenholm

Lisa said...

Amy,

I thought you might recognize it still. It has a wonderful feel. I am a sucker for lace weight and lace knitting. Go figure!?