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EEE Gads !
Gag me with a Red Hot Poker
I sure hope the S.F. show doesn’t look like that.
Uugh!! Aliens have landed!
Sorry, but I’ll have to miss the show this year ( and meeting a real live ranter!) – we are on a serious flood watch today/tonight, so I have to stay home and guard the basement ! Damn weather. Have fun Amy, and stay dry!
My God! Thanks for reminding me why I don’t like these things.
There was a LOT more to the NE Flower Show that this interesting display about grasses. I thought a point could be made about the amount of water, ponds, waterfalls, dripping over pillars and balls, spouting into the air, dribbling down rain chains – still water, moving water, singing water (I did hear one visitor complain that she could never listen to that ‘noise’ all day) and controlled water – by water gardens and rain barrels. One exhibit does not a show make.
Absolutely–there was lots of cool stuff at the show, but not many exhibits that I could actually get a decent photo of with my phone/camera.
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