Welcome back for day two of the tour everyone! I wish I could offer you all a snack, but I haven't even gotten around to having dinner myself, so that just is not happenin'!! Therefore, it will be b.y.o.s (bring your own snack) day. Hope you don't mind!
...we have a huge rock that looks like an alligator's mouth that we dug out of the creek by my parents. It is hard to see here, but the rock has an indentation that appears to be a reptile's mouth opening up to eat you!! The planter is from Big Lots.
There is also a $1 children's chair from a garage sale under there, with a little burlap, of course! It rests atop a landscape block.
Then there is this old heater as a stand with a great metal planter that has been left out to rust and perfect its patina. It has a pot of lamb's ears in it from my friend Nicky. You almost want to jump in there and snuggle up with them they're so soft!!
In addition to these things, I have a rocking chair planted with climbing seeds that have not fully grown yet, as I was late planting them. I also have a large sleigh seat (the type horses pull) from forever ago, that has been planted with the same climbing seeds. I will show you both of these when they are in bloom.
Well..that is where we must stop for today. You are all welcome back tomorrow for Part 3 of our tour and if you're lucky we may just make it to the hammock!