Friday, September 2, 2011

I'm in, I'm out, I'm here, and I'm there...

This won't be a long post.  I'm tired and inspired from my Washington DC trip.  Once in a while the little guy gets to go to the big town and give input.  Cool beans.  After my meetings, I walked my feet off.  These are a few of the photos from the Botanical Garden next to the Capitol.  They aren't the best, as I didn't take the good camera.   
The entrance to the Botanical Gardens.
This was right inside the door.
This is looking up at the roof.
These succulent pots were all over.  I was very impressed with them.
There is a table and chairs in the corner.  It was a peaceful spot.
This is inspiring an addition to the old greenhouse.
As you can see the gardens are right next to the Capitol.
I will share more later.  Sorry the sun is so harsh.  I sure enjoyed the tour.  I always see other posts that take the tour of some beautiful garden.  I never thought it would be me taking someone on a tour.  Hope you enjoyed, I know I did.

I am afraid I am still not fully back to blogging.  I have a bow elk tag, so I am up at 5:00am and  will be sitting in the woods enjoying nature and hoping a good elk steak walks by.  As those of you that know me are aware, I'm not a patient woman so this will be an interesting hunt.  Hope you enjoy the photos.  I will try to keep up with everyone's posts, but you may not hear from me as often.

9 comments:

  1. You had me at the entrance! Beautiful photos and one of my favorite things to do...visiting botanical gardens whenever we travel. Fortunately, I have a very patient hubby! XOXO

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  2. What a beautiful place! It looks so peaceful and inspiring. Thanks for the tour!

    Good luck with your hunt!

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  3. What an amazing entrance! Good luck with the elk. Didn't know there were many elk near the Capitol...

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  4. Good Luck with Bow Hunting! Hope you're able to fill your tag :) You're not too late, I've entered you in the giveaway :) I'm jealous you have big pumpkins! I tried growing Howden pumpkins with no success. Bugger all! Looks like you had a great trip and thanks for posting pictures of the garden..I've never seen it before! :) cheers, Jenni

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  5. beautiful....i have not been in years!! the pix look like they were taken with the "good" camera!!

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  6. It looks so pretty, I love to go visit gardens and get inspired. Have fun!!

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  7. Its been a few years since I visited the Botanical Gardens, and your pictures remind me that it's time I went--It's such an amazing place to visit!! I hope you're having a good weekend!!

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  8. Beautiful gardens. Happy hunting. B

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  9. Oh what a beautiful place!! Good luck with the elk hunting! You go girl...you must be good with a bow! I'm impressed. I've never had elk before...I would probably like it! One of these days, I think I would like to learn how to hunt for pheasant.

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