Sunday, June 7, 2009

Spring Trip to Maymont. . .

If you ever have the chance to go to Maymont, go! It's an amazing place full of history and built for only TWO people!





This is Rachel, my web-friend-turned-real-friend. I met her on her blog and we met at Maymont this past Saturday. It was SO much fun!







Upon arriving home, we found two of our three black swallowtail butterflies had hatched. Beautiful end to a beautiful day.

10 comments:

Rachel said...

that was so much fun!

Jenny said...

LOOK! A post! :)

Tamara Jansen said...

What a fun day out!

Julie said...

Hi, Jenny!
Maymont looks like a beautiful place! How fun that you got to meet a blog friend -- in person!

How Superboy's lip doing? Ouch! That would've just given me a complete heart attack!

Your peas look beautiful! I've got some purple hull that need a trellis attached but it's still so small, I've got more time... going to try to re-plant, AGAIN, the butter beans, tomatoes, and more purple hulls. I'd also like to get some pumpkins in this week-end!?!?!? It's just so dang HOT down here and no rain.... My garden is killing my already low self-esteem.
Are you willing to ship some of your veggies to me!

Many Blessings,
Julie

glutenfree4goofs said...

I love that picture of your daughter (I'm guessing) on the "log" bench it looks like she is in a beaver dam! Cool! I came over to "meet" you from Pioneer Woman.
Jessie at Blog Schmog

antigoni said...

Beautiful place!!!
So many things to see!!!

Kritter Keeper said...

sounds like you all had a great time! read the post with the funny bear 'scary' thing in the tree. that is hilarious! your hubby is ingenious! and, i too love old old houses...i always want to look inside too. pretty pics, cute blog!

Libby Buttons said...

Hpw wonderful although the black bear is a bit scary. I remember building butterfly boxes with my son when he was a boy and watching everyday until they emerged.
smiles
DarLie

antigoni said...

Great photos.
I don't know if you saw Marina's blog. She has a difficult Summer but she's getting better.

Liz said...

Pretty pics, cute kids!