Tying up the week

Well, I am back from my visit North to my Sister's. We had a great trip and a wonderful visit. More on that on Monday.

These are the last photos of my friends front yard. I didn't have time to post before we left, the bridge is in, the pots although empty are placed and the stream bed is looking great. No, there will not be a fountain or water through the stream, just an illusion.

This is the overall look. (I wish I had been up a ladder)
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About what you see from the front door.

Your view from the barely seen bench in the top photo.

A toast...we are done!

Now our bodies can go back to their slothful ways we just have to see what the snow pack is going to do and maybe do some adjusting next spring. We are all very happy with the way it looks though and yes, that is real Champers!

Enjoy your weekend all.


Travis Erwin said...

Very nice work. I'm impressed.

Leah J. Utas said...

Looks good. You must have quite a sense of accomplishment.

Jay said...

It looks terrific! Great job.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Fabulous job, Reb.


the Bag Lady said...

Looks great, sis!
And I'm glad you made it home safe and sound. Next time, hopefully, you can stay a little longer!

Reb said...

Travis, thanks. Us too!

Thanks Leah, yes we all do.

Jay, thank you.

Thanks Terrie.

Sis, thanks. Yes, that would be nice.

Hilary said...

Bottoms up, Reb! A job very well done!

Crabby McSlacker said...

Wow, that looks great! Champers well-deserved.

Reb said...

Thanks Hilary!

Crabby, champers were good!

Dianne said...

Looks so peaceful and lovely!

Reb said...

Dianne, it really is.

Anonymous said...

Rock gardens like this are just wonderful. I hope the snow & ice don't mess it up too much this winter.
That is some hard-earned Champagne! :)

Reb said...

Kcinnova, they are so much easier to deal with too!