April 28—The garden tour.
The estate grounds were pristine. The crowd was adequate, and the weather couldn’t have been better. The views from the mountain top were magnificent—It was one of those days when you could see forever.
I know that a lot of people are looking for an article on the event and there will be one, just not right now. Right now I am shutting down and on my way to the country farm to visit and relax. Please stay in touch.
For the other articles in the series about preparing for the Junior Service League garden tour, CLICK HERE
Published by John P.Schulz
I lost my vocal cords a while back due to throat cancer. The laryngectomy sent me on a quest to find and learn to use my new, altered voice. I am able to talk now with a really small and neat new prosthesis.
My writing reflects what I have learned in my search for a voice. My site johnschulzauthor.com publishes a daily motivational quote and a personal comment.
I write an article a week for my blog, johntheplantman.com which deals with a lot of the things that I do in the garden.
I am also the author of Requiem for a Redneck and the new Redemption for a Redneck--novels portraying the lives and doings of folks around the north Georgia hills.
I have an English Education degree from the University of Georgia and very happily married to the lovely Dekie Hicks.
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2 thoughts on “The tour, part 7”
Coz John – I have enjoyed keeping up with you. relax – you deserve it! I was in Nara Parks yesterday enjoying the maples – brillant reds, rusts and sweet fresh green – all for spring. I went looking for fuji (wisteria) and discovered spring maples.
John, everything looked wonderful…the drive up to the house was pristine! All your hard work paid off!!! Patsy will be proud to see everything planted and well into spring. Keep up the good works. cb