But that is Peter's problem. We just get to enjoy.
My camera was overwhelmed and didn't know where to focus. I guess the draping Spanish moss caught its eye.
So many cool pots, so many cool plants, and just general coolness. Hey, it's bright in here, dude.
Stone plants - Lithops - are something that has always fascinated me.
Potted bulbs. Yes, I know. Just when you are overwhelmed with the seriousness of this plant collection, you happen upon something like this. Balance.
I hope you don't mind being watched.
Wow! OK, what else can we find?
Ah, another clearing ahead.
Hmmm. Hand rails?
A word here about all of the hands. As I learned from his blog, each 4th of July Peter and a friend have a tradition of getting together to do a craft project. This year they made concrete hands, molded in rubber gloves and shaped and draped into various positions. You can read about it here.
Peter is a teacher, and since we were the only visitors for awhile, we sat here in the shade and talked a bit. About the house and all they have done, and about school, of course. Oh, and there were cookies! Delicious homemade chocolate chip cookies!
And then Peter showed us the door.
We went through it, reluctantly.
We didn't really want to leave.