Friday, July 24, 2009

Pink Saturday Flowers from California

Welcome to PINK SATURDAY! Hosted by Beverly. To see others playing in the PINK just click on the button on my sidebar. Here are a few beautiful PINK flowers I found while on my trip to California & I had PINK SATURDAY in mind while the camera was clicking!
And is this PINK Rose beautiful or what?
And one of my favorites.... Fox Glove. It's so pretty who would think it was used for medicinal purposes! I hope you enjoyed the flowers. I can assure you nothing looks like this in Texas after days on end of over 100 degrees. But, we have had some rain & are cooler (in the 90's) this week. Have to be thankful for what you get. Have a wonderful weekend.


Pat @ My Tattered Elegance said...

The flowers are beautiful. Wish I had some like that in my yard. Of course if I did they would be burned to a crisp by now. Hope you and your honey have a wonderful weekend.

sylvia said...

dear charlene, thank you so much for your kind words!! Your post of today brings so much joy, your pictures make me happy!!

~Jewel said...

very nice...i love the fox glove...happy pink saturday!

Punk Rose Journal said...

I love foxglove too Charlene! I love any pink flower, especially the peony. Beautiful photos! Wishing you a happy weekend! xoxo Sherri

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Charlene, what gorgeous pink flowers. This is a great Pink Saturday posts. I have never seen such exquisite dahlias. They are beautiful. I have to tell you so is Miss Reba. She is a doll. I have signed up to follow your blog. I have to come back and see what you post next. Please stop over and say hi. I would love for you to meet my "Handsome" he is on my scroll bar on the side too. He does not know he is not human. I would also love for you to follow my blog as well. See ya soon. Thanks for sharing these wonderful Pink Saturday pics. Country Hugs, Sherry

Claudia said...

Lovely flowers! I bet it is hot where you are! Happy Pink Saturday!

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Charlene! The flowers are so beautiful! Your garden is lovely!

Have a lovely pink weekend!


Lynn said...

I didn't get home in time to join in for PS today, but it is just a habit now, I guess!

Come by and tell me what you think of my "Macho Men vs Girly Men" if you haven't already!

Lisa said...

oh I love flowers! It is so hot here we really have very few left!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Lisa

♥Mimi♥ said...

Cold, dark, misty in my neck of the woods. My perennials are hiding and I am wearing a sweatshirt. Coming here today made my day a little brighter. Thanks so much.

I'm a little late with my Pink Saturday visits because I had my grandsons for the weekend and couldn't tear myself away from them☺

♥Wishing you and yours a week full of happiness♥

Jamie said...

Oh your garden is so lovely!! I have such a black thumb. I get so envious of those of you who have the talent to grow beautiful flowers:) I have Photoshop 7 but I do not have Photoshop Elements. If you explain your problem maybe I can help. I bet we can null it out together:) Have a wonderful Sunday Sweetie! Love, Jamie

Jamie said...

Oh wait, those are in California. I feel better now:) I was going to be really jealous because everything here is brown! LoL!!! Love, Jamie

Anonymous said...

They're beautiful pink flowers. So bright! Love the first one - a bea full of them! :-)

Happy Pink Saturday!


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Charlene! Yes their house really stands out. Their names are Carol and Larry Goetze, and their house is located at 1545 Beach Avenue. They told us the same thing about only a few were owned by individuals, that the state had taken over. They also told us that they used to own the beach property down by the water and that was taken back. There are several houses in this area, but when you walk the beach this house stand out. I loved the blue color, and the back of the house, is standing on the beach looking up. They put a little draw bridge at the end of their path. That way no one can climb up at night to their house area from the beach. They pull the bridge up and lock it. They used to have a third room that they let guests stay in, but have since stopped that and only keep up the two. They are really nice people. They actually bought some other property on the Rogue River that they are going to start renting out also. Carol works part time at a local antique store in a little strip mall there in Brookings. It was the most beautiful place I had ever been. So quaint and fun to walk around. Loved it. We had a wonderful time. No hurries there. Country Hugs, Sherry

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