Here is the monstrosity I call my backyard. Oh how naive my husband and I were when we snubbed our noses at small lots, in favor of this large yard with huge mature trees. Now, looking back on it, I would love one of those smaller yards, quaint yards as we so longingly refer to them. Yards with out Cottonwoods that drop 40 bags of leaves every fall.
We are taking it all in stride. Our first major project was ripping out the concrete that was buckled serving as a
The photo was taken last week, before we started the finished project. I took the photo with my new camera that I was surprised to receive on Mother's Day. My former camera worked just fine, but my hubby's was better. Every time he took it on a business trip, I missed it dearly. So I got an upgrade. It wasn't until this morning that I realized the camera came with panorama software. Ironically enough I shot a panorama last week and all I had to do was plug 6 photos into the software and the photo above was born.
Can't wait to shoot an "In the end" panorama come September. On the agenda this weekend, raised garden beds. More to come!