We have a Nandina plant in front of our house, it's nickname is "Heavenly Bamboo" which is goofy because it's not a bamboo at all. It is a pretty bush though and every winter brightens the garden with these eye-catching bright red berries.
This is the brick walkway up to the front door, which we rarely use. :-) The Snowdrops have spread completely in this garden bed. We need a good pressure washing of the leaves out of this area and the picket fence, too!
The birds like these berries, too.
My sister Denise and I volunteered at Multnomah Falls on Thursday. It's amazing how many people visit even though the road is closed in front of the lodge and one has to walk in from the parking lot in the middle of the freeway lanes.
Multnomah Creek is running clear and cold right now.
You can certainly see where the fire burned, can't you.
Dayle planted the white wild Violet that Caleb picked for me the other day. Sweet.
A snapshot of the pond and creek during the ravages of winter. There is a lot of debris in the creek which we'll need to clean out.
One of our Koi is showing itself.. I hope the rest of them made it through the winter okay.
We went to dinner, with our son, DIL and two grandsons last night. This is the Dragon Palace which I think is gorgeous and it's lighted with LED lights that constantly change and now they've added these rainbow changing icicle type lights.
See how it changes color?
It is constantly morphing colors, every color of the rainbow. :-) I had Shrimp & Chicken Chow Yuk. No rice. It was good.
I am off to swim this afternoon. I hope you have a wonderful weekend, doing what you'd like, whether it's relaxing or adventuring or creating. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)