Sunny Skies

The sun flowers are brightening the skies no matter the weather.

These Mammoths are over seven feet tall.

Their faces stay covered with buzzing bees.

I planted these in the corner of my vegetable garden with butternut squash below.

Seeing a peeking sun is a good sign.


4 thoughts on “Sunny Skies

      1. Yes, rain makes the flower head heavy and droop but that’s part of their charm.

        My husband has moved us 20 times with the Australian Air Force and we often found ourselves in walking distance of a river – or a short drive. It was really an off-the-cuff name in the beginning. Even now in retirement we can take a 10 minute drive to a river or two. The blog name stuck and has grown on me.
        I’m glad you like the name. šŸ™‚

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