Peninsula is on the National Register, and homeowners have some restrictions. The house on the right had serious roof and porch work last summer and all the gingerbread was replaced.
I pass Mother of Sorrows church every morning driving into work. Father, or more probably the good women of the church, dress the church seasonally. These stoles went around the door at Easter.
I pass the fence at least twice a day, too. I love it for framing a picture, and for making a picture charming.
I like it for the ivy coming through in the spring and the daffodils in its yard. And, I like it for the wonderful stone wall along the other side of the drive.
The peaked house in spring, and today. Ten years ago, when I began working for the township, this was a one story cottage. Such a pleasant looking house now.
Two more front yards on my way to work. Ed's gardens, on the left, change at his whim as he moves stone blocks around. The house on the right generally is leased for offices. I believe it's vacant right now.
Another house on the way to work. The azaleas in bloom in the spring.
All the sidewalks in town are slate (which is extremely slippery when wet), except the replacement for the sidewalk this catalpa pushed aside. The silver rod on the left is my car's antenna.
And at work the lower level landscaping is beginning to take hold and look official. Daisy's in bloom here, in front of a little tree that sheds its bark. No idea what it is.