A walk around the development, with late afternoon sun on a concrete driveway. An interesting-looking insect, but the spotted lanternfly doesn’t have many friends in this country. Eastern Pennsylvania already had a problem with stinkbugs,…
Traditional Friday Cat Blogging with brave Nelson.
I like the hardy wildflowers that bloom just off the side of the road, survivors of less-fertile soil, car exhaust and rock salt. These resemble dandelions, but come to find it out, they’re not.
Meet Greyson, who lives at Tabby’s Place.
Crane fly, seen on the front storm door.
Yellow wood sorrel (aka lemon clover) and creeping speedwell (aka Veronica) grow side by side next to our shed.
Easy Like Sunday: Good Queen Swirly, under the kitchen table.
It should be interesting to see what this turns into.
At the top of that incline, less than a hundred feet away, is a major four-lane limited-access highway.
Brave Nelson gazes outside while Kit C. gives me a wary eye.