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Monday, November 5, 2012

A Layer of Love

A brilliant display of Red Oak and Pink Dogwood leaves in the front garden ~

After the fall ~



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    1. Hi John ~ He seems to have survived a few winters so far, so I'm sure he'll be fine :) We usually have fairly mild winters, although it does go below freezing.

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  2. If you bring him inside and keep him warm he will survive......Damn rabbits!

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    1. Hi Adrian ~ Yes, I could bring him into the garage ~ there are no rabbits in there! I think he'll survive OK. I'll keep watch.

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  3. Awwww your ode to Oakley is so sweet. I hope he makes it through. Under your watchful eye, I'm sure he will.

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    1. Thanks, Hilary. Oakley has made it through a few winters already, and since it is usually mild here (although we could have some snow), I'm sure he'll be fine. Next year I'm going to move him up out of the way of nibblers :)

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  4. I like that -- ode to Oakley. Hope he gets another chance next season.

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    1. Thanks Nikki! I'm sure Oakley will enjoy his winter sleep, and I will wait very patiently for the first signs of buds...months from now... in the spring!

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  5. Poor little Oakley! I love the mother's cloak reference :) Mo

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    1. Thanks Mo, and glad you like the reference :) Oakley thanks you for feeling sympathy over his current state.

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