The sunset the other day was incredible, especially when contrasted with traditional blah apartments, razor wire, light poles, phone poles, and cables. But for real, it was pretty amazing and I wish we would have been up in the mountains watching it, but instead we were trying to finish off edging the new sod.
The almost complete finished project (version 2)
It's been a rough two days. Our sod from Biograss that we installed last year that was supposed to be all drought tollerant and low water turned out to be not so much. Don't really know what caused it to die, but we were having to water pretty much every hot day or it would start to fade. So, we let it die and the dudes at Biograss replaced it for us, but this time with another type. It looks better already compared to when we laid the sod down the first time. This time we decided to try putting down new top soil. If it weren't for my incredible friends, CB and Josh, I would be passed out on a dirt pile with heat stroke. I am in their debt.
From the ferry to Bainbridge Is, WA these seagulls would ride the wind wake created by the ferry. They would get right close the boat without flapping and stangely enough, go faster than the boat if they wanted to, still without flapping.
See her link in my "links" on the right...
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