Also known as Lunaria or Honesty, the silver dollar plant is rather like a weed.
It self seeds and thrives on neglect here in The Humble Bungalow Garden.
The Pilgrims brought this plant over with them on the Mayflower.
Thomas Jefferson grew it in his garden at Monticello.
What a difference a day makes...
these rose blooms were looking lovely until this stormy weather blip hit us.
Jude The Obscure wearing raindrops
The soft sand at Willows Beach as seen earlier this week when the sun was shining...makes me want to take off my shoes and walk barefoot in the sand!
There is an eagles nest in this massive oak tree.
Mount Baker is seen off in the distance.
Loads of kelp has washed ashore.
Snow capped Mount Baker is seen across Haro Strait.
Few people were out walking on this sunny afternoon so I had most of the beach to myself.
This toddler was exploring the beach structure
I can just imagine what fun he is having...
This beach scene looks completely different today...
torrents of rain are falling and the waves are crashing along the shore.
I am escaping this positively beastly weather by dreaming...
Enjoying making notes from this beautiful book on Provence.
Janelle McCulloch has written an informative book on the area and the photographs of the enchanting villages are so lovely.
There is a pot of soup simmering on the stove
the cats are snoozing in their respective spots
it is cozy inside our Humble Bungalow.
Pelting rain and the winds are howling just outside the door...
I will don my boots and raincoat and venture out into the storm.
I have a cheque to pop in the post and I could use some fresh air...
Thank you for stopping by...
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~