Karin Bugge view from the trail
You're funny with the words and funny with the photos.
Miss J would recognize these, um, spreads anywhere. Three trowels up- way up!
I like the the starkness of your aesthetic. Can I nominate my balcony?
That first one is a classic. A TV topiary?
Brilliant. I'm speechless.
Hilarious! Has Michele been in touch yet?
#1 begs many titles, including non-sequitur.
A parabolic antenna ... gives all the answers.
It appears from the roofline that "300 Channels" is by Frank Gehry.
Mister Earl, they still need to install the chainlink fencing.
I"m packed and ready to move. My kudzu pit is looking even better even if it's a hotbed for poison ivy and copperheads.V
My backyard would fit right in about now.You are a funny lady. You should start leaving little anonymous awards on these lawns. :D
That topiary looks like something large and furry should be leaping through it.
Have you considered a Cheap Hoe Garden Tour in conjunction with your awards? I'm sure it would be a big hit.WV: arbon. Arbon is a product that you put on trees and other plants to bring our their inner glow.
I'm following Susan on this one. Big screen TV with a chair in front of it. Is it supposed to be a picture frame to their living room? Please go knock on their door and ask
Earl, I'll take it under advisement.PA, I'd rather have it remain a mystery. They might have a perfectly logical explanation for the a 12-foot high topiary square in the front yard, and that would take the fun away.
I will wait patiently. I understand there's a lot of planning and organizing involved.
Enjoying this series. It occurs to me that I walk around looking for nice stuff to photograph, and there's so much I'm missing.
Another ad for Comcast! (I fired them and got AT&T, a humble outfit that's loyal to its customers . . . ).
Yes Banjo, it's smart to go with the small, hungry firm. So that was AT & what?
Isn't AT&T owned by the Millers who live around the corner about two blocks down?
Love the enigma.