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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Life Started In A Garden Part II


As promised last week, here is part II of the RMSC 2015 Garden Tour. This part of the tour took place in the western end of our county in the little historic town of Scottsville, NY  To see Part I, click on this link  http://sammysgrammysneedlin.blogspot.com/2015/07/life-started-in-garden.html#comment-form

The first garden we visited was the home of a family who live on and operate a flower farm and are in the "flower" business. They have a roadside stand where they sell bouquets and also sell at the local farmers market. The farm was idyllic.





row of bachelor's buttons

busy little bee sipping some nectar from this sunflowers center

treehouse built right over the sandbox



 The owners so friendly. We asked directions from them on how to get to the next stop on the tour. While they were giving us directions, they mentioned "turn right at the Scottsville Diner". That's all we needed to hear. It was time for lunch. What better to eat than at a small town diner.



We had a delightful lunch there. Greek chicken Souvlaki salad in a pita and iced tea. You see the "CLOSED" sign in the window because the diner is just open for breakfast and lunch. By the time we left, it was indeed closed.


Next stop, a town house and garden in the old town of Scottsville.






grape arbor - much cooler under there



Just couldn't resist taking pictures of some of the houses on the street where this garden was. All of them built circa 1830








The final house and garden on the tour was the most expansive, awesome, restful, peaceful............don't have words to describe it..




there was a sandy beach on this pond and two Adirondack chairs to sit and rest in


shady hosta filled path and almost invisible rope hammock attached to two trees here


I sneaked a little picture of the front porch with its white wicker furnishings, including a porch swing

arched entrance to the patio overlooking the garden

2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful gardens! They are so beautiful.
    I hope things will settle down when the kids get back on a schedule. I may be working part time. I've been looking around for something during the day.

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  2. Gorgeous gardens! thanks for the tour! Love to visit! You are lucky/blessed to have visited!!

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