Saturday, October 15, 2011

Late News......Beijing

A Banner Year for the Division of the Chinese Underground Railway
that operates a diversified line in the Hillside Garden
in the Similkameen Valley

Circumstances showered blessings on this thriving suburban line
when it was discovered that the Hillside Garden
was not receiving the attention that had previously hindered
operations and that the former deterrent to our
productivity was absent for long stretches at a time
during the summer.

Nevertheless, she came to garner the spoils and to gather  the Brilliant Lanterns
that amass along the line.  It is understood they are
now hanging to dry in her new back yard before joining
a vase of Silver Dollars.


The Weaver of Grass said...

How I love Chinese Lanterns Hildred - they are a spectacular colour and it stays that colour all Winter.

Barb said...

I KNEW it Hildred - you can't do without them! (I actually had no idea they were so vibrant and beautiful.) Perhaps I should put in a "line" here in the mountains!)

Penny said...

What fun, love the chinese lanterns.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I wouldn't mind having that underground railroad (if we had a yard for it to be under)...those are gorgeous -- I had no idea how lovely they could be.