Sunday, April 06, 2008

springtime on november hill

7 comments:

the7msn said...

Greens and pinks and whites! I'm so jealous. What I wouldn't give for a drop of rain. Your place is stunning.

Matthew said...

I love living here.

Thanks for choosing such a wonderful home for us and the horses.

Victoria Cummings said...

What a beautiful place to call home.

Grey Horse Matters said...

November Hill is beautiful in Springtime. Very happy and peaceful looking. We are just waiting for some color and warmth here, I cannot believe it is still so cold, usually by now it is much warmer. Enjoy your colors.

billie said...

Thanks, everyone. My favorite part of coming home lately has been turning into the drive and seeing the house through the redbud blossoms and then the dogwoods.

Another favorite part of this picture is that it's wet and gray! The area lakes are now above normal and the hay fields are getting watered for the first cuttings.

And, I am fairly sure that when this photo was taken (M. did the honors) I was tucked away in the upper right hand corner writing. :)

the7msn said...

Now that I know the white flowering trees are dogwoods, I'm even more envious. I did my time in northern Virginia before heading west, and the dogwoods and azaleas almost made living amongst the congestion worth it.

billie said...

Linda, we have a lot of dogwoods in our front field and bordering the 11-acre forest. They're really pretty and the state tree for NC so I've grown up with them.

It is drizzling again today! The rain just keeps going. I can't wait until the end of the month when we can turn horses out front again - they have a feast awaiting them. :)