Tuesday, August 2, 2011

A Visit to the Quarry Garden

We have been back and forth between Minnesota and Wisconsin the last 3 days. The temps this morning were in the low 70's which made me think I may have to stop and buy a sweater. I have been monitoring the temps back home (mornings begin at 86 and are 108 by mid-afternoon) and I wonder if I will have any plants left when I get back.

Well, Scarlet, I will think about that tomorrow because today....

my sweetie and I got to meet Karen and Carl and view their amazing Quarry Gardens. It was by far the best part of our whole trip.

Now for the teaser. I brought my laptop along on the trip but forgot the cable to my camera. So, the blog posts will happen when I get home. On the upside, I was asked to be "guest photographer" for Karen's blog. Carl has downloaded my photos onto their computer and Karen will be posting them in one of her future postings. I am hoping my camera skills will somehow do her garden justice. In the mean time I have been posting an occasional travel photo taken from my camera phone on Twitter via Twitpic.

Y'all stay cool in Texas. I am going to try to take some of this pretty weather home with us.

5 comments:

greenapplesgarden.com said...

So cool you met Karen and Carl and saw their beautiful garden. I have 'known' Karen for awhile and would love to meet her in person, plus see her huge rock gardens.

Jester said...

OH I am soooo jealous!!! LUCKy LUCKY YOu!!!

Karen said...

Karen here, and believe me, the pleasure was ALL ours! We had a wonderful time visiting with you both and the time just flew by. The visit went way too fast. (We're savoring the fudge and eating it very slowly, yum!)

Carl & I both felt as if we'd known you for years, it was like visiting with old friends. Have a safe trip!

I have so much to post about now!

HolleyGarden said...

What a treat to get to see Karen and Carl's garden! I can imagine just walking around, amazed at all they have accomplished. I hope when you get home, things are fine in your garden.

Marguerite said...

wow, that photo is tantalizing. Can't wait to see more of this garden.