Welcome to my little corner of the crafty blogasphere. My name is Vicki and I blog about home*craft and everyday adventures from the heart of the valley in the Pacific Northwest.

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Jane S.

The Thyme Garden is neat, isn't it? I go to that Mother's Day festival every year. You took some great photos! It's a very photogenic place. :)


What a beautiful place. I like your phrase "while the weather is sorting itself out." It's doing that around here, too.


It looks so lush and lovely. I especially love the photo of the fence:)


I love a good nursery, the sights and smell....heavenly!
We plant Early Girls every year, they never disappoint, and the flavor is amazing.


Now I was just wondering where you'd gone off to...nice to find you in an herb garden. (It does look amazing in summer.)

Teresa Kasner

What a nice looking nursery, too bad it's way farther of a jaunt for me here in the Columbia River Gorge! Thanks for sharing photos. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


I'm so glad to see you back. You have been missed. Nice to see you and the family are up to the usual. Have a great spring!


I was really wondering about you -- I'm so happy to see you've posted again! I absolutely love your blog and your wonderful creativity. I missed you.

These photos are beautiful. I'd love to visit this nursery too.

Thanks for sharing this.


Oh I love that place--you can't take a bad picture anywhere on the property!


LOL...the weather is STILL sorting itself out here--everyday is a surprise!


The perspective is good from this angle, I feel like I am there and walking along the grassy path.


Sometimes we need a little nature to get ourselves grounded in this crazy world--and these types of places do that for me.

I am keeping my fingers crossed for those early girls--can almost taste them.


Yep, it is a bit of a jaunt from there, but the gorge has many natural treasures and garden spots of its own to explore. I love that area!


Well, thank you Velma. We are busy and on the move a lot these days. Spring is nearly over though, can you believe it?


Well wonder no more my dear...I am still alive and kicking! Been on the road a lot this past year, going places, visiting people. Thanks for the kind words and for caring...means a lot to me. You are sweet!!

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