More beautiful water in the back garden. Water is somehow dripping from the tiny evergreen atop the large piece of wood. So sweet!
Old sleigh is now a planter. Sandi uses a lot of unusual objects as planters to delightful effect.
A little yard art by Ms. Hook fits nicely here.
Great rusty chain and hollowed wood sedum garden.
Aging wooden bowl o' succulents with a rusty railroad spike. So many great surprises to discover.
Rooster stuck at home with the hens and chicks doesn't look too happy about it!
Another piece by Judi!
One would hope that a doctor making a house call wouldn't grab this physician's bag by mistake. It's fun used this way.
Tired of your furniture? Throw some potting soil in it and create a planter!
Good afternoon ladies and gentleman.
There are quite a few horse properties in this tight knit neighborhood (Judi has a stable and boards horses.) This friendly girl came to visit us while we were talking and seemed to appreciate being patted. Where are those carrots and apples when I need them?
The goat wanted attention briefly but upon realizing that we didn't have food, decided that there are lots more interesting things to do.
Fred told Judi that he needed some bling for the top of his flagpole so she made him this. (Judi Hook photo used with permission.) Fireworks every day of the year!
Guinea fowl kept us entertained with their song and movement around the garden. Seems these were bought by another neighbor but they prefer living here. They are seen all over the hood as well. How fun is that?
I found this guinea feather on the ground and was delighted (I'm easily amused.) Judi said that she has lots of them and as she spoke, I noticed that she had several placed in her hair.
What a fun afternoon! Thank you Fred and Sandi for allowing me to see and share your beautiful creation!