We are so lucky to have such nice places to eat lunch outside! I had my North Ender at the Elizabeth Gordon Smith garden with these views.
It’s the first time this beach season I’ve been here during the day. It is beautiful with so few visitors at a time.
Just picked at Marini’s Farm in Ipswich!
Even the gulls think the world is out of sorts. They are making nests out in the open on Main Street.
Easy pickup with halibut from Fisherman’s Wharf and a baguette from Alexandra’s. All available veggies were thrown on. Of course, we started with Turner’s oysters again before firing up and topped it off with Captain Dusty’s. Enjoyed by all!
I’ve been craving oysters since the shut down and have not finessed shucking. Turner’s had the perfect solution for my late afternoon snack.
Generous Gardeners made it to O’Maley Saturday morning to install grasses in the front school beds, after the great reconstruction job completed by the DPW. I’m sharing the whole process with you to see how it evolved. Today I was working with Susan Kelly and Jamie Friend who were patient with the layout process and then we planted. We put in feather reed, zebra, muly, and Japanese forest grasses which have different heights and colors for interest against the building. It should be beautiful. We did all this in three hours!
lifting moments along my walk…
Generous Gardeners and the DPW have worked together to renovate the gardens at the base of the Fitz Henry Lane House property. It looks great already after being cleared out, planted and edged. I’m sure there will be many blooms to follow.