Tag Archives: Longwood Gardens

The (almost) last destination

How do we top 6.5 years of travel in the U.S. and around the world (twice!)?  We probably can’t. Our years of travel will always be one of the best periods in our life, but we always like to look … Continue reading

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Some places are worth a return visit

We’ve traveled (a lot!), but we still have a long list of places we’d like to go. So, why would we bother going back to places we’ve already been? A place really has to be special to merit a return, … Continue reading

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“My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece” ― Claude Monet

We visited Monet’s garden in Giverny, France.  Anyone who loves gardens can understand how Monet felt. We’ve visited many acclaimed gardens on our travels – Longwood in Pennsylvania, Filoli in California, Busch in Vancouver. What we loved about these gardens … Continue reading

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Maybe not the best time for learning to use a new camera?

Longwood Gardens, west of Philadelphia, is one of the premier gardens in the U.S.  The Gardens never disappoint and few places are more photogenic, and, yet, here we were with a new camera and not well oriented in how it … Continue reading

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