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Friday, August 17, 2018


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Barbara H.

Yes, it's a good idea to start now rather than waiting since memory, at least for me, might erase the fact that it's sitting there waiting for you until perhaps years later when cleaning out the bookshelf! Perhaps just having the top of the pergola would work better in warmer climates. I can hear the raindrops on it as I type.


Looks like a great gift to yourself. 365 days of garden advice and beautiful pictures - hooray!

Linda Brazill

Thought that being able to hear and see the rain without getting wet would be fun, assuming there is no wind blowing rain in on you!

Kris P

Rain and a trip to the bookstore - I can't think of a better way to celebrate.

Linda Brazill

You're right; there is no better way to spend a day.


Even aside from the temperature issue, plexi side walls would make it feel too much like a bus shelter for me -- even with those comfy-looking cushions.

Lovely journal.

Linda Brazill

Oh, Nell! How did I miss that; totally like a bus shelter.

Lisa at Greenbow

I wish we had a book store in our town. I don't even know of one in the bigger city an hour drive from here. Of course it is easier on my wallet not having one so close. I tend to purchase more books if I can put my hands on them first. I like the idea of the 365 day garden journal.
I happened on a shed like sitting area building project in (I think) Garden Design on line that was in Sweden. They were all excited about it and it was mostly made of plexiglass. They talked about being able to sit in there watching snow etc. Interesting but I thought it odd looking as year round interest. I guess you do what you have to do.

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