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Monday, March 22, 2010

Macro Monday~3/22/10

I thought I should check my rhubarb and look what I found under their winter cover!! They look sleepy, but are stretching themselves toward the sunshine...I'm already tasting the rhubarb strawberry pie!

I guess these lil' flowers are wild buttercups. They're the only flowers so far, but are eye candy in the desert here.

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Ed said...

Yeah Spring!! Great shots..:-))

jane augenstein said...

Awwww, rhubarb and strawberry pie! I haven't had that in years, now I am hungry for some!
Haven't seen our buttercups popping out here yet but soon.

Sydney said...

We have a huge patch of rhubarb. You should make rhubarb crisp. It's delish.
Keep the horses away from those buttercups. They do no good/

Anonymous said...

I'm sooooo jealous!! I want to grow some rhubarb. I LOVE it. :)

CTG Ponies said...

I love to see hints of what's to come. Great shots! And I love the new header pic.

Shirley said...

Spring brings such delight; more than any other season, I think.

Margo said...

beautiful. I love seeing where you live because it's so different than where I live. Thanks for sharing!

Paty Jager said...

Growing up in NE Oregon the tiny yellow heads of buttercups were always a sure sign of Spring. Love the photos!

Reddunappy said...

Our Rhubarb is starting to sprout too! Spring is finally here!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Oh wow! Can you believe I have never had Rhubarb? I would love to try it someday, though.

I was thrilled to open up your blog and see your new header. You know I loved it when you put it in your previous post. And it looks even better, enlarged up there at the top.
Colt is looking forward dreaming of all the great places and things you'll be doing this summer. Yay!


ps By the way, how far do you live from the Idaho border? I'm considering doing a road trip this year with my family...and maybe even Apache, too, to visit Shirley over at Ride a Good Horse and Janet at Ride a Morgan. They're hosting a ride this summer. I'm so excited!
I hope it will all work out. And we get to visit with some blogger friends along the way. That's the icing on the cake!

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

The rhubarb turned out an interesting shot.... spring!

Janice said...

Great Karen now I'm think'in I deserve some of that pie. Great shots as usual.

Merri said...

I saw our first little yellow and purple flowers this week!
- The Equestrian Vagabond

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