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To Rule A Garden…Or More

Originally posted on Gardens For Goldens:
“Anybody who wants to rule the world should try to rule a garden first.” ~ Author Unknown I found this unattributed quote and it struck me as true. Nothing humbles like a garden –…

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Wordless Wednesday

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Thursday Doors

Even with one shutter missing, isn’t this one beauty of a historic New England home with its bright red door and attached breezeway and barn? I love this barn with the small windows and planters on the doors. We visited … Continue reading

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Collage – WPC

This week’s photo challenge, collage, made me think of the flowers that are blooming right now in my garden. There are gardeners who aren’t crazy about daylilies because, well, they only bloom for one day. But for that one day, … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to Thursday Doors western style. Fort Larned, Kansas, was part of a series of military forts established to provide safe passage for travelers in the 1800s. The first military outpost established in this area was called “Camp on Pawnee … Continue reading

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Pawnee Rock

On our recent trip to Kansas, we stopped at Pawnee Rock. Back in the 1800’s, thousands of wagons heading west passed within 100 yards of Pawnee Rock. When you reached this point, it was considered midway between Independence, Missouri, and … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors this week is from our recent trip to Kansas. This is a beautifully restored stagecoach that is on the grounds of Fort Larned. I don’t know the make of this coach, but history tells the story that the … Continue reading

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