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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Kubota Garden

There was a plant sale at Kubota Garden today. As it turns out we didn't buy any plants today (amazing as that is) but it was a reason to visit this Seattle treasure. Located in the Beacon Hill area, this was once a private garden and arboretum that was given as a legacy to the City of Seattle. We had visited quite a few years ago, but were amazed and impressed at the improvements that had been made. What a beautiful way to spent the morning that it turned out to be. See for yourself, and enjoy.

7 comments:

  1. hey I've been there once many years ago when visiting my son in seattle. lovely peaceful place

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  2. Hi Linda, wow, I have not been yet. Its beautiful, thanks for posting this.. I've been away for awhile. So nice to see you again..

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  3. Oh my goodness, your pictures are past beautiful. I can't imagine what the real thing looks like. Gorgeous.

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  4. What a beautiful place, and it looks like you had it all to yourselves.

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  5. I love that park! You captured it well.

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  6. You live and enjoy one of the most beautiful areas in the country...

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  7. Yiiiiikes! I wish we could have seen that, too! How absolutely gorgeous! Good gosh!

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