Today marks the 365th day that we have been living our Log Cabin Life and tomorrow will mark our 1 year Anniversary. Time has flown, life has been good, and to celebrate with you today, I share interesting lichens and wildflowers (ha ha, maybe not what you thought...tomorrow, on our 1st Anniversary, I will share more of my personal thoughts about life this past year).
Yesterday, while we were felling trees, Johny noticed these Southern Soldier Lichen, which, if I understand correctly, have been newly identified for the Southern Appalachian/Blue Ridge area. They are interestingly beautiful and teeny tiny (these are about 1/4" - 1/2" tall).
I also came across this interesting little lichen type growth on the trees we felled, and thought I should share, in light of the logs we cut and our life here.
Then there was this interesting little wildflower (what you are looking at is about 3/8" max in diameter), which I just discovered in our yard; it's the very first flower I've seen so far this spring, and as such, a celebration of our life here.
Today, ABCWednesday highlights the letter 'L'...in addition to lichen, Lise's Log Cabin Life is a perfect association for the letter 'L', and I hope those of you who visit this page will visit my blog and love what you see.
I am publishing a little early, as we are off to begin our 1 year celebration of living our log cabin life (seems we've been out more lately than ever!).
Thanks for reading my blog, you are the best f/f/r/s/f's, see you tomorrow (for my Log Cabin Life anniversary post),