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well I'm hoping that the freezing nights are over here..as i took a giant leap and put water in the new fountain that Ron gave me..don't want to wake up to frozen fountain and broken pump !!
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photo from inside the living room (through screen) where i sit to read and watch t v..etc..
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as you can see by the photos..Michigan is getting a little "green" going..but you can see also that we still have no leaves on our trees, the lilacs are just getting baby leaves..
 
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Nice. I especially like your gazebo in the background, too!
 
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thanks, prefire there was a wooden gazebo there..but lost that..those are 100 + year old grapevines that I inherited..it gets totally covered with grapes in the summer..
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this is a picture of the same shot LAST YEAR from our front door..with the grape vines covering the gazebo..and this is one from the inside..looking out.
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