Wednesday, June 06, 2007


This amazed me when I first moved up here.

This cactus is from our yard.

We live in Pennsylvania.

That's NORTH of the Mason-Dixon line.

And we have cacti that thrive on our hill and live through the winter.


Anonymous said...

Oooh 4HisChurch:)

its beautiful...TY for sharing. I love that pic.

God bless you


Staying in Balance said...

You're welcome!

Anonymous said...

I have got to walk around your yard the next time I come to your place. There are so many pictures you post that I haven't seen. The next time I come, I vow to make it a more liesurely visit where I can walk around your yard a bit -- before tea at that lovely shop you blogged about. : )

Unknown said...

Ohh that's so pretty.

Staying in Balance said...

Lifeisgreat: That would be wonderful. If you don't hurry though, the cactus won't be in bloom!

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