Friday, April 23, 2010

Azaleas In Angel Glen

The land slopes away from the shop into the edge of a deep woods and forms a peninsula surrounded on three sides by a deep densely wooded ravine with a stream at the bottom of it. This is the perfect environment for Azaleas. These are my wife's favorites and they are beautiful right now.














This is the ravine that surrounds Angel Glen. We call it, "The lost World" as we are pretty sure that few people have ever walked there. It is about 30 feet deep with vines and all manner of trees and undergrowth. You can spot  deer, bobcat, coyote, wild hogs and probably Big Foot, if you are patient enough to observe what goes here. Looks like a perfect place for Faeries, Goblins and all things Fae.

No comments: