When we arrived about 11:00 the clouds were clearing and the duck dotted lagoon reflected the sky.
We got right to work, clipping and grooming.
Tom took the trusty old beach pickup truck over to the sewage treatment plant for a free load of compost.
By the time the sun was fading, we had the cleaning up done, some of the tulip bulbs planted, and the first load of compost spread.
It was foggy this morning, and an eagle perched over the lagoon.
Was it sizing up a meal of duck? I hope not these beauties.
We planted the rest of the bulbs spread another load of compost, and cleaned up. We were finished with our work by 11:00, just about when the fog melted away.
We had lunch and then headed for Langley, where I had some shopping to do at the Chocolate Flower Farm.
Chocolate cosmos outside the shop.
The cedar garlands were going up on the shops on First Street.
Boys real and bronze enjoy the view.
Star Store displays tell us the holidays are almost here.
Birch trees along the creek still hold their leaves.
Time for coffee at the Useless Bay Coffee Company.
As the shadows lengthened, we drove back over to the cabin to pack up. And I got one last photo of my favorite view as it glowed in the autumn sun.