Saturday, April 26, 2008

Weekend update - "spring hops eternal"

Granted, Adam's kicking my ass, but that can't stem my urge to continue the traditional of annual posts shamelessly flauting near-pornographic images of my ne'er-to-bloom hop plants (coincidentally always around the last weekend of April). This time around, a pair of shots of our poor, weedy-looking, neglected Santiam shoots and quixotically determined Willamette:


The ever-vigilant early riser, our Willamette.

The spindly and decidedly less robust Santiam.

Don't worry, I have loads more photos I could share. Believe you me. But it's getting late, so y'all will have to wait to see just how far the East Kent Goldings have gotten...

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3 Comments:

Blogger Chipper (Dave) said...

Those vines really know how to climb don't they?! You must live in a warmer climate than I do. It snowed here in Colorado yesterday. Don't think I could plant those out here yet.

7:12 AM  
Blogger Adam said...

Thanks, but, I haven't had the macro lens out. Great pics!

4:55 PM  
Blogger Rob said...

Adam! You'll be needing the wide-angle lens before too long. Save the macro for when the flowers show up, so that I can get really jealous...

7:20 PM  

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