Postcard from the edge

Dear Gardening friends, Dee and Carol and you-know-who-you-are,

Week 25 finds me on the road. I’ve been across the southern part of Idaho to Bozeman MT, and now in Salmon, ID, near the birthplace of Sacajawea. About 900 miles, give or take a few for fishing stops.

Gardening has not been at the top of my to do list this week, but looking at OPG’s has been on my list. OPG = Other People’s Gardens. Here is a little look see from the Living History Farm in Bozeman (Museum of the Rockies). The Tinsley House is located near the Montana State Campus. Built in 1889, it was home to a family of 10. The gardens are lovely, with all the heirloom varieties named and labeled/dated i.e, Cupani, 1699, or Black Knight, 1898.

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Carol, how are those cantaloupe?

Will post more on this garden in the next couple of days.

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2 Responses to Postcard from the edge

  1. That is just charming! I would love to visit Montana & Idaho.

  2. The cantaloupe are delicious. I picked another one this evening. That garden you are showing looks beautiful.

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