Here at the beach we don't get the heat that (they say) is required to grow a hearty garden. Apparently, tomato's need days of intense heat. But as I take my dogs on their daily walk about, I keep seeing little gardens on our precious plots of ground in the neighborhood. I say precious because land is at a premium by the sea, and you usually get more house than yard. Your yard is the beach and your pool is the ocean. Not a bad trade off for sure and I'll take it!
"Birth Of The Arch", and other shenanigans we've been up to since 2009, head back over and have a look-see. We've come a long way since then.
But I like to think that while we dream our dream, we've made the most of our little plot of backyard.
Love you more than all the bounty in all our gardens,
Today, instead of the promised sunset, I give you the sunrise over our Whole Lotta Hope garden. Who needs a spa anyway?