Fall Tour of the Backyard

  1. Lisa Pflueger says:

    I DID enjoy your Fall tour of your backyard this year! How lucky you are to live near an Amish community. I rely on my local Trader Joe’s for my gourds and pumpkins. I love your gourd-filled wooden box. A few months ago, my doorbell rang and I had been ding-dong-ditched. I opened the door to find a box similar to yours – it held five clear bottles filled with flowers from my friend’s garden – her husband had made the box. It’s a kindness I will never forget (she said we had both admired one a few years ago at a party we were attending and she asked her husband to make us both boxes. I, of course, had forgotten!). Thanks to you, I’m going to fill mine with gourds and leave some on her doorstep soon! Hope you and Deb have a great Fall!

  2. Kim says:

    Looks just Beautiful and Sweet Ivy looked perfect with her spotlight picture ❤️

  3. Cheryl Brazie says:

    I loved your fall tour. You are lucky to get pretty pumpkins & mums like that. Living down by the gulf with the heat our pumpkins & mums don’t last long outdoors.

  4. Sue says:

    As always…loved the tour!
    Looks like the perfect spot to unwind…
    Everything looks very cool!
    Thanks for taking us along????

  5. Linda says:

    My favorite thing??? Sweet Ivy girl posing for the picture…she is so adorable….

  6. Anne says:

    I wanted to park in front of your house as I was driving by being a creeper. Your front porch had a lot I wanted to see. But I kept going because I thought I could see it during your tour. Back is lovely. Can we see the front too?

  7. Jane says:

    This is my first visit to your blog since I met you guys a few weeks ago on IG! I really love to hear you tease each other and laugh. You are a fantastic couple!

    I really love your table and pretty centerpiece. The flagstone is such a classic touch. It looks like its been there forever. Classic.

    I go crazy with pumpkins, too. They are so cheap in Michigan. I’m not sure if you have squirrels, but for a long time I stopped decorating outdoors with them. Then. I got a great tip that totally works: spray them with Pledge furniture polish. Whoa…game changer! And they look so pretty shined up!

    Love you guys,


    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awww.thank you so much. I never heard of that. But, we don’t have many problems with them and the pumpkins… the bird feeders are a different story.

  8. Cindy says:

    Your backyard is beautiful. So tastefully done. I can’t wait to go look in my shed And find all the treasures to use and fill with gourds and pumpkins. Thanks fir your inspiration. You two rock!

  9. Jamy Parworth says:

    Your garden tour was lovely! I love all your urns, broken concrete and chippy treasures placed in just the right places! Thank you for taking us along!

  10. Deb Mishler says:


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