Recently we took a trip to North Bay to visit family and one night we went to the local golf club for dinner.
It's not often that liver, bacon and onions is on a menu but it was the special that night and so delicious!
While our daughter went for a run, her youngest daughter and I walked along the waterfront. A heritage garden club was tidying up beds and a patch of milkweed was attracting many monarchs. It just goes to show, put in the right plants and the butterflies will come.
A couple of the butterfly nectar gardens that were full and lush thanks to a sprinkler system.
Our dog Topaz had a perch on the end of the sofa to see the activities out the front window.
At home, some daylilies in bloom. Many have not put out many flowers, a few - none at all. Plants are smarter than we think, they know to conserve energy when there's not much rain and it's hot out.
A reminder that the lovely Maggie at Normandy Life who graciously agreed to take over Mosaic Monday will begin the party on August 1.
This is the new Mosaic Monday button
which you can download at Normandy Life.
Linking to Amy's last Five on Friday (until September) and Maggie's first Mosaic Monday. Thank you ladies for hosting!
Happy Gardening, take time for tea.