GARDEN TOUR IN HOPE, IDAHO
Are you getting back into the swing of things after a long holiday weekend? Me neither.
Which is one reason why I dragged Mr. Denim on a garden tour on Sunday.
I didn’t want to work in my garden…but instead look at others’ gardens.
Twelve miles east of Sandpoint is the quaint town of Hope. It used to be a bustling railroad hub…these days it’s known as the “banana belt” of Lake Pend Oreille.
So off we went to have a look…it’s kinda like looking in someone else’s closet, right? We can be snoopy and see how other gardeners do their thing.
OK…I’ll shut up now.
But I should warn you that some of these pics taken on my iPhone were accidentally shot in the wrong mode…so they look like old faded photos. Argh!
I was too busy looking at everything and didn’t notice my mistake. Whatever.
Enjoy the photo tour!
Pallet raised beds...
…by a stream.
Can I come over and hang out under your vines?