TROUTS LATEST PHOTOS
December, 2001 - Issue #7
BOB AND CAMILLE AT HOME ON MAUI
DON'T LOOK NOW
Look who we found at the Kahului airport on December 28th! Brother Jim and Father Joe!
STILL LIFE WITH SOURDOUGH
In which we experiment with sourdough starters - we have a way to go yet.
MEANWHILE, BACK IN THE GARDEN
How does your Vinca grow? Very nicely, thanks to a year of weeding. The garden is taking on a linear quality these days. It makes me think of landing strips and we're wondering if the new structure will attract visitors from outer space. The thin strips make weeding easy and the grass in between is just as wide as our rotary mower.
Looks like Santa found us!
Bob was able to revive the Billy Badmouth Bass he received from Santa.
Bob gave Camille Frankincense with a pretty burner and charcoal to help it stay lit. Bob took it and made the whole house smell good!
What a nice little night light! Sure makes lighting the lamps at night easy and only takes 7 volts!
THE BIGGEST CHAMELEON YET
Found December 19th out near the compost bins. What a handsome fellow!
WE GO PROFESSIONAL - 12/12
Before and After
It was only a matter of time. This is the first gardening job in which we were paid for our efforts. We tackled some neglected beds at the home of an upcountry writer with these pleasing results. It was raining so hard at our house that we would have been unable to play in our own yard, so it was great to be able to go over to the dry side and work in the Earth together.