Summer time heat has hit us hard ,and earlier then usual,over Memorial Day week end ,it set a new record in Augusta with temperatures at 101*. We decided to go camping to enjoy the water!
I did a little hiking and come across a lonely grave. It was hard to read but with some finger tracing ,I finally figured out what was in graved in the head stone. It read… Willis Craft born July 1809 died March 21 1874 . After doing some google search ,I learned that he was very active in the community of Elberton,Ga. It was his dying wish to be buried out on his farm,which is now a lovely wooded area. His family was buried in Elberton.
Caroline enjoying a little water herself on a hot day!
The lilies haven’t minded the heat.
My guava tree is blooming for the first year.
And we will have Kiwi this fall!
And all the hard work of mowing,weed whacking,and weed pulling pay off!
How old this century plant is ,I don’t know but I do believe it’s getting some age to it . I’m looking forward to it blooming!
And of course there’s time to notice a little toad!
Hope you are enjoying your soon to be summertime!