Today on our walk around the neighborhood, we are going to see things that are in front yards. Okay, not so exciting, but maybe you’ll see something that you will like. Get your mask since the Saharan dust is still here. If you’d rather stay, help yourself to the sangria and crostinis.
Our first item is a wind thingy. When the wind blows, those butterflies spin in opposite directions. Yes, it is turning so a little blurry.
We are at the purple house, and in their front yard is a metal cactus surrounded by pinwheels. Fun stuff.
Here is a statement of the beliefs of the folks in this home.
A happy event announcement in this front yard.
Looks like a comfortable sitting place. Why the front yard? It could be a case of FOMO. My guess is Fido joins the couch crowd too.
Another wind thingy. This one rotates on its axis.
A deer family in the front yard of this house.
A classic Mid Century Modern lawnchair.
Can’t tell you what this is. Driftwood rocks and a Texas state paver.
I had to get a shot of this magnificent pink crape myrtle.
I thought this was a cute Fourth of July display. Twiggy loves this strip of lawn.
Uh-oh. A dumpster in the front yard isn’t always the best of news. We’ll have to see if it is a remodel or a repair.
It is early voting time in Texas, so there are a few campaign signs. Too bad, Jennifer can’t help with those weeds in the gravel.
There you have it. Let’s get back and see if there are any sangria and crostinis left. Thanks for walking with me today. I hope you have a great week.