Every opportunity I get to be out-of-doors I take it. I would rather be working in the yard almost more than anything, one exception would be baking in the kitchen. But when the weather is cooperating with sun and moderate temperatures, (moderate for me now is 60) I take my clippers, tarp and rake out to the yard for some fresh air and garden time.
The yard has a huge pine tree with needles that are falling all the time. Here you do not see any pine cones just lying around, pine cones are used to get your fire started so get out early after a windy day or they will be cleaned up by one of your neighbors.
The low temperatures right now are in the 40’s with highs into the 60’s. But if the day is overcast forget about seeing 60. The house we rented sits on a corner lot filled with trees, shrubs, a huge white rose-bush, bird of paradise, a Bougainvillea shaped like a basket (which is very popular in our area), the plant above which is huge and kind of scary and assorted flowing bushes as well as several trees that I have no idea what they are because they were cut way back before we moved into the house.
Joe followed me around with the camera while I was out on this day. And caught me enjoying a great afternoon out-of-doors.
The grass is in need of some TLC as it looks to be more weeds than grass. But we have all fall and winter to get it in shape.