Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Everything so Green in the Little Forest



I am interrupting my "Germany Series" to show you what's going on in the Little Forest! Summer came with might! We had hot summer weather this past week and also big thunderstorms with lots of rain. Everything is lush and growing fast!
Ich unterbreche mal meine "Deutschland-Reihe" u zeige euch was hier im Kleinen Wald so los ist. Der Sommer kam mit Macht! Wir hatten heisses Sommerwetter in der letzten Woche mit starken Gewittern u viel Regen. Alles ist nun saftig und am Wachsen!

14 comments:

hannapurzel said...

Soooo schön!!!!
Eine tolle Zeit ;o)))
Herzlichste Grüsse

Martha said...

This past week it felt more like we were living in Florida than NY. It was great but I'm enjoying the cooler temperatures today.

Olivier said...

une belle foret, cela doit être agréable de s'y perdre.

a beautiful forest, it must be fun to get lost.

Mike said...

Great Gudl! However much I love your 'Narnia', the green is beautiful. Enjoy.

Pedi said...

Ja, schön sieht das alles aus! Der kleine Vogel ist goldig!

JO said...

Oh so very very beautiful! You are truly spoiled there!

Jutta said...

So siehts bei uns in den Wäldern auch aus,frisches schönes Grün,eine Pracht!
Wo sah Petra einen Vogel,ich sah keinen?? Auf dem 2.Bild läuft Abby oder?

Dee Dee said...

It looks just beautiful...my favorite time to walk in the woods...we can't do that around here...you may step on an aligator or snake...I miss that, but am happy to share your adventures in the little forest :)

Gudl said...

Jutta, wenn du die Fotos anclickst, werden sie groesser. Dann siehst du auf dem 2. Foto ein Voegelchen u auf dem 3. den Hund.

Rachel said...

It's beautiful! I love summer!

JO said...

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Wanda said...

Oh my goodness, Gudl, how I remember the "white" forest and now it's just as green as can be!! Love it!!

Angela Marie said...

How lovely! It wasn't that long ago it was pure white! Wow! When you stop to really think about it... it is trully amazing!

;)

Twinville said...

So many shades of beautiful green!