A Garden Tour

IMG_5219Greeting loyal readers and fellow maremmas. Now as you all know mummy likes to go and visit other gardens.  She says she’s looking for inspiration work for daddy, when she visits  gardens.  On Friday afternoon, she left Me and Nellie in the tender, loving care of daddy and went of went off with friends to visit a garden at Matarawa Road.

Mummy liked it because it had a lake.  She’d like a lake at home, but can’t work out where to put it.

IMG_5206IMG_5213A duck called Bill lives at the lake. A duck called Bill lives at the lake.

Lots of goldfish and one eel live in the lake.

Lots of goldfish and one eel live in the lake.

The old waiting room from the Okoia Railway station.

The old waiting room from the Okoia Railway station.

IMG_5212IMG_5217See how dry the ground is. See how dry the ground is.

Hope you like the photos.  Love Nellie and Jasper, the two besest maremmas in all the land. IMG_5203IMG_5193IMG_5192

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7 Responses to A Garden Tour

  1. Mags says:

    Wonderful pictures, thank you for sharing the beauty in them.

  2. Your mummy has a good eye. Those gardens are very pretty. Your daddy has a lot of work ahead of him. Plus the duck named Bill is a cutie! Maybe you will get a duck at your house. Maybe you can name it Cupcake!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  3. fredrieka says:

    beautiful Momwithoutpaws used to have Ducks, duck eggs are yummy she says as is goats milk.

  4. Lots of love interesting things! Bill & the goldfish were tops, but we loved the old Waiting Room…heck,new lov d everything but the cracked earth. We are finally out of the drought stage, but who knows for how long? The weather in States is just plain crazy.

  5. Kismet says:

    I don’t care where it gets located, but you MUST get a lake.

  6. Piglove says:

    This is so beautiful my friends!! I love the pictures of everything. Yes, I agree. You need a lake. XOXO – Bacon

  7. Oh, my. You have ground cracks like we get.
    A lake is always so soothing and cooling…especially when the ground looks parched.

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