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This is great Tim! Your front yard wow! Living in Arkansas I never get to see anything like this:)
And does it extreme well on the first try :) beautiful terrain I love this garden's specialty!
Cindy,Thanks...it's a pleasant view.Lorraine,It's the desert, so everything here grows naturally...and we get just enough rain so I don't have to water it!
Another very positive thing, is you do not have to mow!
And so the land sends you its view of beauty in hopes that it never goes unseen like a loving heart....Wonderful view and Photograph T. I think I could sit and write for hours there.Soft love,T
Cindy, That's right--and a good thing, cuz all those big rocks would probably jam the mower.T,You're welcome to.
My brother lives in Tucson and I lived in the Mojave (Apple Valley CA) as a kid, so like the desert environs too (especially in April and October :-)Love the Desert museum there as well as Taliesin West...I could "feel" the ghosts of the artsy 60's gatherings in those rooms...Maybe we will meet-up one day...
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Teri,Cool that you have a Tucson connection...I THOUGHT I saw some saguaros on your slide show.
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That is an amazing front yard. I lived in central Australia for a while, 20kms from Uluru. The desert has a special beauty that is unique to itself don't you think? I for one would love to see more pics of where you live.
KayDee,You are right about the desert and its unique beauty...and I will post some more pics from around here soon.