Two views of the same bloom. It would be nice to see bees inside of these but there are none. I hope there is some type of bee out there to help pollinate the thousands of blooms I have on the three apple trees and the pear tree.
I have larger plants of rhubarb that are ready to be harvested. We only had one crop last year but I think it will keep coming back this year.
I am still watching and waiting for my first blooms from this plant. All the plants that I have of this variety have many buds on them this year. I did see some ants on them so they will be opening very soon.
The classrooms are warm now as the brick buildings have progressively retained a higher heat level each day. It is 67 degrees F. right now but the humidity is very high. It is like being in a raincloud.
Speaking of a cloud, I was out with the dogs last evening and the moisture in the air was high and the smell of ammonia from the neighboring farm fields was so strong. I don't remember having it come into town like that before but the winds were from the east and they blow over a lot of corn fields. I didn't open the house up to cool it off until about midnight and it didn't seem to come into the house.
I am glad it is Friday. I have a few small projects to do this weekend and I have a few large projects to do also. The one project will be a frame job that I will work most of this evening on and hopefully finish it off by noon tomorrow. Have a great day today and enjoy the weekend.
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