Our Springtime Driveway

I thought you folks would enjoy seeing what our driveway looks like now. We planted these sakura trees years and years ago, and now try look dem!

Looking up da driveway from our gate.

See alla daffodils too? For years da stupidhead moles would dig up alla bulbs, but finally we wen get nani pua!

U can see wea da kane who was delivering wood kinda went off da asphalt, but no mattah. Also u can see one volunteer holly bush down in da right hand cornah.

Looking toward da pasture.

Ho da nani, yeah?

Daffodils stay one of my favoristest pua. I especially love da trumpet kine.

I give Nolemana alla credit foa all dese awesome shots.

Good ting Jeff wen get back ona asphalt, yeah?

Dis is right up near da curve. Da curve we nevah can get up when get ice and/or snow.

Nolemana wen take photos looking down from jass below da curve.

Is hard to believe dese trees used to be oni about chree feet tall! No mattah wea we live, I always going have sakura trees lidis.

Dis lonely daffodil is in da forest to da right of da driveway by da curve. It shines out so bright all by itself and I love it.

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5 Responses to Our Springtime Driveway

  1. Babooze says:

    Don’t u jus’ love springtime? Alla colors and waking up of Mothger Nature. Even tho i stay sufferin’ wit da hayfever i love it outsai. Mahalo fo’ sharin’ agin Moki. m/

  2. RONW says:

    nice, Mokihana.

  3. AFK says:

    Looks like one perfect country road in springtime.

    I love it when I see daffodils blooming all alone, especially in some weird places (in da middle of a bush, through a chain link fence) – reminds me to bloom where I’m planted. 🙂

  4. Tami says:

    Sakura’s are the decorative cherry trees right? They’re the ones that always bloom before our fruitin cherry trees bloom.

    Very pretty view!

    Our trees have little bits of green showin up where their leaves are ready to burst forth. I love our seasons! My DH is also responsible for the daffodils and the ‘surprise’ tulips in our yard. They’re sweet men!

  5. How beautiful! Thank you for sharing. We had 3 inches of snow yesteryday (!!!)

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