One of the nifty things about living in a house built in 1928 is all of the oddities that exist in and around it, which simply aren't in new houses. Our walled garden is an example.
Don't you just love this archway? There's an oak gate on it, with a latch, which the lawn service never fails to leave open. Oh, well, it's only keeping the deer out anyway. And on the inside are a pair of burning bushes, which we've trimmed so they form an arch inside. If it weren't raining outside, I'd have taken a picture from inside, too. Well, maybe next week.
Hope you all had a great Labor Day weekend. School starts here tomorrow, so it's a little hectic!