I do not believe that I am even saying this but I am tired of my garden for this year. LOL! Everything is browning and crispy around the edges and what green is left the bugs want to chew on.
I am tired of dragging the hoses and fighting the bugs and the weather this summer.
Somehow it zapped all of the joy I have for gardening right out of me. I am sure it is only a phase and I will get back to being that Enthusiastic Gardener soon.
Since my garden and I are all both whipped I will share some more pictures from our vacation in Virginia.
The Natural Bridge along Route 11 in the Shenandoah valley of Virginia is an amazing rock formation.
Here locally we have what is called the “Rockbridge” But it is no where close to the height of this natural bridge.
The picture so not really so it justice as to how large it actually is.
But this unknown shrub was getting all of the women’s attention because it had the sweetest fragrance and we were all wondering what native shrub this one was. I even asked the ranger there but he did not know either.
A serene nature trail takes you through the great stone archway and alongside the Cedar Creek. Travel back in time with the Monacan Village, just past the Natural Bridge, and then continue your journey down to Lace Falls.