April 17, 2017

Glen Burnie on Easter Day

The Good: The gardens are in bloom at Glen Burnie in Winchester, VA. Yesterday we took advantage of the pretty weather (and our MSV membership) and walked through the gardens. We also saw a nice art exhibit in the house.


The Random: Here we can see a barn through tree branches. In another week the leaves will hide this view.
If you like seeing barns, visit the Barn Colllective

The Fun:
Frank has had a toy chick for years. It says "Happy Easter" but the voice is wearing out. I decided to take it to the garden with us! Frank named him Chuck and he was good about posing.



Mosaic Monday

16 comments:

  1. Glen Burnie looks like the kind of place I'd like to visit, those tulips look amazing.
    Love your whimsical mosaic starring Frank and his pal Chuck!

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  2. ...such pretty signs of spring! Thanks Linda, for hopping by.

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  3. Lovely photos Linda! Cute collage and lovely to see you and hubby added.

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  4. Beautiful tulips in your first photo!

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  5. Beautiful tulips in your first capture, Linda! And the collage is very special:)

    Hope to see you back at All Seasons this week before the link closes on Wednesday evening:) Have a beautiful week!

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  6. The tulips at e amazing. What a pretty place to pay.

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  7. Oh those tulips are gorgeous, what lovely colours.

    All the best Jan

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  8. What beautiful flowers, and Chuck is a fun addition!

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  9. I've not heard of this place and am always on the lookout for flowers even if they are in paintings at the museum!

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  10. I love that barn and love that rock wall in the foreground.

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  11. Lovely series with awesome tulips!!

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  12. Those gardens are beautiful! The pictures with the little chick are cute.

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