Won't you saunter down my little path... adorned with cedars, wild roses, daisies, and the old chicken coop, it's truly a delightful walk!
At the end lies the Wall Tent, shown here in all of it's newly erected June glory.
The emblem of an Idaho Farmgirl - wild syringa, fresh picked lilies, and a good pair of rubber boots. Or if I'm in a Scottish Mood, wellies;)
I took a large bolt of bridal netting and draped it over the porch area, using clothespins to keep it in place. Where I live, mosquito netting is a must;)
Especially as the tent flap is tied back all day in the summer, letting the forest breeze come in and out at will.
In spite of the screen porch, these little fellows somehow got in every evening to flutter around the lamp, and their little shadows cast against the walls and ceiling of the canvas looked like little fairy wings. Each morning, they would be perched on the walls like some sort of butterfly collection.
Iced tea, rocking on the screen porch, and fresh flowers - I love summer!
The sunlight dapples the canvas walls, while the trees gently blowing in the wind move their shadows about. It's beautiful.
My needlework station
Now I'm wildly longing for summer - can it be only a few short months ago since I was living in this little paradise of cool forest greens, summer breeze and dappled sunlight?
At the moment, it's the typical gorgeous Idaho spring weather outside: snow. Snow and mud. Mud and more snow... but the good part?
Don't like the weather? Look out the other window! :)
What's the weather like in your world?