My walks bring a lovely landscape. This garden (actually photographed earlier; I'll do an update!) is particularly lovely and well tended.
I loved the planter this woman's mom made for her -- covering mailbox with stone. Now it has some greenery peeking out of the top.
And I always check out the Little Free Library. On one walk, I met the "librarian" who tends it. I have a few contributions to make on one of my sojourns!
My cousin Jack came for the day. He lives in China but spends a couple of months here in the summer and it was good to catch up with him.
Rick's been practicing, providing a lovely soundtrack!
I've been painting and reading and recently proofed a copy of an upcoming book called "Red Jacket" for my friend and writer Richard Lassin. He hopes to have it on Amazon in the next month or two and I found it a very satisfying read. It's a story that combines the history of Michigan's Copper Country with some suspense, mystery, danger, past lives and romance. I'll have more on this when it's ready to read for all!
Our first visit and time together here with Rick has been all too short and combined with tasks (tackling the weedy beach and raking pine needles) but it has also been a good one. Easy and breezy!
...and end like this...
...what's not to love?