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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Wednesday Vignette

This past weekend Nigel and I spent a night on the Kitsap Peninsula at the Clearwater Casino, celebrating Nigel's birthday. While he was playing blackjack, I went to Valley Nursery in Poulsbo to have a look around. I had just been there the weekend before with Peter The Outlaw Gardener, but I still found a couple of plants that I needed. Many nurseries have live-in cats, and Valley is no exception. I don't know this one's name, but I've seen him there before. He's a cutie. I caught him napping in the pumpkin display.



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9 comments:

  1. What a sweet picture of Valley's kitty! Glad you found some more plants!!

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  2. Fluffy!!! I'm not sure I would have had time for the plants after finding this adorable furball.

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  3. Aww, that's adorable! I want to be a cat in my next life!

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  4. What a cutie! Belated best wishes to Nigel. And I'm glad you could enjoy his birthday in your own way.

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  5. Every nursery can benefit from the presence of a cat...or many.

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  6. What do I plant to get one of those growing in my garden...

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  7. Alison, I've once again got to apologize for being gone far too long. There are not enough hours in the day lately and a bunch of other lame excuses. I always enjoy all your posts and when the winter weather finally settles in I will be having an extravaganza of reading to enjoy. We're mortaring on ol' Aaargh again, so wish us luck.

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  8. Me again! Raccoons are enough to drive me batty, too! I was sorry to hear you were plagued with them too. :-(

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  9. Pumpkins are so ornamental, and a good source of origin after the orange flowers are done.

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