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Places to Sit

Places to Sit
Today was the East Gwillimbury Friends of the Library Garden Tour.   Our garden was one of 11 gardens to visit.   We had 80 very enjoyable people come through.   Garden visitors are always appreciative of the time and effort you put forth getting your your flowers to look their very best and get out all the pesky weeds and grass out where it is not wanted.    We had lots of interesting questions.   I got a nice sunburn on the tops of my feet and the top of my shoulders.   All in all a good day but don’t ask me to do it all again anytime soon.    I hope you had a good weekend too.   Valerie
Join me as I link up with Mary for Mosaic Monday.  

Comments

Hi Val
Glad the tour went well and the weather was perfect.
I see the flowers in the basket, nice touch, and of course many places for the guests to have a rest.
Judith
eileeninmd said…
SouYour gardens must look lovely, very cool that your was one of 11 to tour. Great photos and mosaic. I wish you a great week ahead.
It was a beautiful day, I too burned the top of my feet and I agree not again for a few years. Love all your places to sit, by the pond would be my fav. Have a great week. hugs, Jen:)
Snap said…
Your garden looks lovely and I'd come and sit anytime! Glad the tour went well. Sounds like a great money raiser for your library.
ellen b. said…
All those places to sit are calling out to me. Lovely...
Mary said…
Oh, I'll bet your garden looked fabulous! I love seeing all the places to sit --thanks for sharing at MM. :) xoxo
Pondside said…
I see a couple of seats I'd like to try out - it all looks so cool and inviting. I'll be your garden was a popular spot! Now you'll be able to sit out there and enjoy the results of all your work.
Carol said…
Lot of work but such beauty! It's worth it. LOL about you not wanting to do again too soon!
Love the shots of where to sit, some lovely views from those seats.
podso said…
I would have loved to visit. It looks so lovely and like the theme of your collage!
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Teagarden said…
Nice places to sit! Thanks for sharing!
Have a great week,
Markus
GrandmaK said…
And a lovely garden you have indeed! Thank you for your kind words and visit! Caty
Crafty Gardener said…
You are so brave opening your gardens to the public ... such a lot of work in preparation. I'm sure everyone had a wonderful visit, wish I could of been one of them.
Veronica said…
Hi. this is only my second time at Mosaic Monday as I am a newby blogger. Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment. I have had such a great time looking at all the posts and travelling around the world. I too garden on a veritable sand dune, so had a chuchle at your blog's name! But garden we will Sand or no Sand!! Your seats looks totally relax to the max...

Veronica

www.tasselsandtwigs.blogspot.com
Karen said…
Oh, so many wonderful places to sit and soak up the views! I'm glad your tour went well, I know how much work it is to get ready. How nice of you to share your pretty garden with everyone.
Jill Harrison said…
you have such a lovely garden. I have not visited your blog for a while, as life has not permitted. A am glad to hear you open your garden for people to look through.
Have a wonderful week.
Balisha said…
I remember my garden being one of the stops on the garden club tour. I worried for days...watching the weather forecast..to see if we would have rain. As it turned out, it was a beautiful day. Your gardens are lovely...love the collage. Balisha
Bella said…
Hi Valerie,
On the tops of your feet, now that is a lot of standing:-)) How fun to be on a tour, I love going to visit other peoples gardens:-)
I am gald the poppies are popping up, some people seemed not to have any luck...
Hugs,
Bella
Genie said…
East Gwillimbury must be one fabulous and beautiful place to live. It is now on my “bucket List” of places to visit. Congrats on your garden being on the Library tour. I cannot imagine having 80 people walking through my yard. It is beautiful and the mosaic is stunning, Genie

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