Fall is a good time to plant fruit trees. AnnaMaria and I planted some and also some mums at the cabin.
AnnaMaria is helping me water our new Canadian Harmony Peach.
She's proud of her work.
Maybe she'll be a plumber.Such a big help.
She's good with a shovel.
A natural gardener.
Aimee keeps an eye on the fencer. 7,000 volts should keep the bears away.
The future site of our garden.
A Grimes Golden (one of the two main agricultural contributions of West Virginia, along with the Golden Delicious, the world's most popular apple), a Granny Smith, and a Montmorency Cherry fill out our mini-orchard.
AnnaMaria recently turned four. I am the princess on the right. You can tell by the eyebrows.
She enjoys her new easel from Mimi and Papa.