Month: July 2018

Thuya Garden Revisited

  “A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.”  –Gertrude Jekyll I finally took the time to return to Thuya Garden so that I could see the perennial borders… Continue Reading “Thuya Garden Revisited”

Hiking Acadia – PART 1

“The only neighborhood of mountain and sea on all our Atlantic Coast.  The cliffs look down, not on bay or lake, but upon broad ocean.  It is to find in one, the Isle of Shoals and Wachusett; –Nahant and Monadnock; — Newport and the… Continue Reading “Hiking Acadia – PART 1”