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Perfectly Imperfect Life..........

Friday, October 30, 2009

Check out Oodlekadoodle Primitives Birthday Giveaway !!

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Big Celebration Giveaway!!! Goodies galore!!

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Fertilizer Friday ~ Flaunt Your Flowers!

It's Fertilizer Friday over at Tootsie Time
Do pop over and see everyone's flowers!

We had an aweful wind storm for over 3 days this week.
Very detrimental to the garden.....
not only did it knock over a section of our fence,
but decapitated my only and only Tree Rose :~(
And I do mean decapitated.
The only thing that is left is the trunk!
I know it will reshoot, but gosh darn it!
These are the only decent ones that were left for me to shoot.

Reliable pink Geranium

Some Happy Rose Hips
yes, I know they aren't flowers,
 but hey I'm dragging the bottom of the barrel here!! LOL

And a little confused Narcissus

Till next Friday,
Happy Gardening!

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Mosaic Monday ~ Spooky

This being the last Monday before Halloween,
I decide it was time for a sPoOkY Mosaic for
Little Red House's Mosiac Monday.
Be sure to visit Mary and see everyone's mosaics!

Happy Halloween!


What do you do when you decide to be a poor country folk artist?

With little money (if any) you must be creative. Use your resources.
This artist did just that.
What do you find in the mountains of Idaho ?.........PINE TREES.
You're thinking something made out of wood......Right?
Not even close. Check out these pictures.
These bears are made from Pine Needles!!!!
A couple of hundred thousand of them in one large bear.
The pine needles were gathered off the ground, sorted, washed, trimmed and hand woven.
Over 8 months in making the life size bear!

On the Salmon River
 The Bear he calls
'Mountain Magic~ A New Life'

Bear with Carved Fish

'White Heart'. A Life Size Black Bear and 'Little Bear Innocence' the cub

To make a living the artist carves Antlers and other materials.

Moose, Deer, Elk, horn, wood, ivory and more..
Whatever he can find.

Check out all these Moose Antler carvings.

Nothing goes to waste.

His talented work should be seen.


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