A box turtle at the edge of the lane.
Cockscomb--self-seeded from Anna Miller's plants.
One of the roosterish seedheads.
Willis--who is omni-present.
This 'weed' growing in clumps above the retaining wall.
The flowers indicate it belongs to the labiate family--I may have put the green-bound wildflower book in the glass-fronted bookcase--but too tired to go looking for it and a possible identification.
The unknown rose, disinterred from a dry corner of the foundation planting and reestablished at the edge of the perennial strip below the workshop.
Strangely patterned insect.
A bounty of hips on the rugosa rose by the side porch steps.