TABLES, CHAIRS, PICNIC TABLES, AND OTHER OUTDOOR FURNITURE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s B & W Challenge: Tables, Chairs, Picnic Tables, etc.

At a time when we are clustered in the house, it’s good to think about summer days and green grass. It has been so warm this winter, it’s hard to remember how cold winter can be around here.

I hope it doesn’t mean a very hot summer.

Picnic table with a camera
Bench on the lawn at River Bend
Western fence — Photo: Garry Armstrong
Overlooking the valley

Along the porch

Cee's Black-White

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all plus a big helping of cynicism.

5 thoughts on “TABLES, CHAIRS, PICNIC TABLES, AND OTHER OUTDOOR FURNITURE – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. You are welcome. They are pretty much all from last summer since outdoor weather hasn’t come around yet, though it certainly doesn’t feel like winter outside. We do have crocuses, though, and I should go take a few pictures of things actually GROWING outside. We also have a bunch of daffodil stalks that will probably bloom in another week. And all the groundcovers are green and growing like MAD. What a strange you — in every possible way!

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    1. That’s just how I felt about them, too 😀 I’m guessing it’s going to get very hot very suddenly and probably in April this year. This won’t be the first time. When i first arrived here in 1987, we had 90-degree temps every day from the beginning of April until it chilled down in October. That was one awful summer!

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