My Take on the Tour

 I'm sure there's a limit to how many photos a person can place in a post....
and I'm also sure I'm going to break that limit!
These photos are from the Northside Neighborhood Home and Garden Walk
in Fort Wayne, IN.  The afternoon was delightful;
the homeowners and hosts most gracious.
Without further ado (except to say that I'm a huge fan
of garden art and paths), here is my "take" on the tour.
















































The End.






15 comments:

  1. Nice tour...Your yard could be on a tour...seriously..it could. :)

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    1. You're so kind, Deela. I got several ideas from this tour. I was sad Gary couldn't go with me. We'd planned to go last night and it rained.....then today he officiated at a funeral and couldn't go. (I think it's the first Garden/House Walk I did without him.)

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  2. Nice to have a pretty chair at the end of the tour. So much to see in those photos!

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    1. I took a picture of that last chair to remember.....That was a pillow sham covering it! The back of the chair was held inside the shame....which was just folded to cover the seat. How clever, huh?

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  3. What a fun thing to do. My hubby and I would love to walk though all these great gardens. I really liked that bee outhouse!

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  4. I want to see more pics....of your garden!!! None of these have anything on your yard!!!

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    1. ....she blushes. Thank you, Deb. But I assure you, I picked up many, many ideas. My eyes had a FEAST!

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  5. I loved the tour! It was simply delightful!!

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  6. Great photos of your tour Rebecca. Always fun to see what all someone does with their garden art. Some lovely gardens there also.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  7. Looks like you had a fun time on the tour and picked up some fun ideas.

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  8. Hello Rebecca,

    What an interesting and inspiring tour. I like very much the out house (the shed).
    Some garden decorations are unexpected but that is why you visited, isn't it ?
    The house with candy pink and blue windows is very surprising (i will never dare to use this color for the walls of my house) but it goes very well with the style of the garden.
    I love the white house with its perfect mixed-borders and the tools at the entrance.
    Thank you to share

    Hélène

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    1. Yes, Helene...I took pictures of the unexpected (as well as some ideas I wanted to remember and perhaps incorporate into OUR yard one day).

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  9. Nice tour enjoyed the tour. Really neat.

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