Cheryl\'s Garden Journal 2004 - Fall 
August 30 - The fruits of the harvest.  Some very good tomatoes on the vine this year.
August 30 - The fruits of the harvest. Some very good tomatoes on the vine this year.

August 30 - Sunflowers everywhere in the garden
August 30 - Sunflowers everywhere in the garden

August 30 - Already you can see the sun is lower on the horizon.  Long shadows late into the morning shade the sunflowers.
August 30 - Already you can see the sun is lower on the horizon. Long shadows late into the morning shade the sunflowers.

September 9 - A view from the living room window.  What a rude awakening for a Thursday morning.
September 9 - A view from the living room window. What a rude awakening for a Thursday morning.

September 9 - If it was December, I wouldn't mind.  But gosh, we haven't even got to the fall equinox yet!  The fish in the pond were not impressed.  They hid out under a rock for three days, not even venturing out to eat.
September 9 - If it was December, I wouldn't mind. But gosh, we haven't even got to the fall equinox yet! The fish in the pond were not impressed. They hid out under a rock for three days, not even venturing out to eat.

September 9 - The wet snow was so heavy, it snapped most of the sunflowers.  Usually they stand tall through the winter, a little seed forest for the chickadees.
September 9 - The wet snow was so heavy, it snapped most of the sunflowers. Usually they stand tall through the winter, a little seed forest for the chickadees.

September 9 - Bringing in the flowers.
September 9 - Bringing in the flowers.

September 9 - There's no way I want to lose the mandevilla vine or the bay tree I've nurtured through two summers.  And of course, there's the geraniums my father started in 1998.
September 9 - There's no way I want to lose the mandevilla vine or the bay tree I've nurtured through two summers. And of course, there's the geraniums my father started in 1998.

September 9 - Snow on the hops and blackeyed susan vine at the back entrance.
September 9 - Snow on the hops and blackeyed susan vine at the back entrance.

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