In this photo, I'm walking along our sidewalk (Lisa really likes having a sidewalk inside our lot) from the travel trailer toward the front door, having entered through the "back gate" off of First Street. While coming in, I noticed that one of our two rose bushes had started to bloom, so when the light was right, we decided to take a picture of it.
This is one of two rose bushes that came with the property. We haven't done anything in particular to care for them aside from trimming away other types of bushes that have been trying to grow in their space; however, we do water them, in a sense, in that I've been pouring the coffee squeezings (from where I put coffee grounds from my French press) over one bush and Lisa sometimes dumps the water from when she's scrubbed a pot in which she's cooked pasta over the other. This photo is of the "pasta bush." The "coffee bush" is a different kind of rose and hasn't yet bloomed, although it's certainly growing tall; coffee seems to agree with it.
Both Lisa and I are anxious to get moving to Oregon. Today we are running errands for things we need for the trip. Meanwhile, we've been making a list of things we'll purchase while we have an opportunity to stock up from stores that aren't in Nevada or the Bay Area and from the land of no sales tax.