Sunday, July 11, 2010

A wonderful farewell to Buffalo

It was a delightful time experiencing Buffalo gardens for the last few days, but just as nice was interacting with fellow garden bloggers and gardeners.  Fabulous.  And our hosts, Jim Charlier and Elizabeth Licata were amazing -- a great weekend. Lancaster Avenue (Jim's street) was different from the others that we saw, and totally interesting.  The sunlight blew out many of my images, but I'll be using some of them in programs, regardless.

And now, heading home, I'm traveling through Western Pennsylvania, exploring an area I haven't been before, and it's lovely.  Falllingwater (Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous house) is on the agenda tomorrow.

The farmland and vistas in Western Pennsylvania make for a nice drive.

3 comments:

  1. Hi Lisa, It was great getting to know you and your work in Buffalo - enjoy Fallingwater and have a safe trip home!

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  2. What a treat to get to meet you face to face! I hope to visit your area some time and see one of your gardens! have a safe and fun trip home~gail

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  3. lisa, it was so great meeting you at buffa10! i enjoyed all of our talks together and will definitely keep up with your blog... it's a good one!
    p.s. - i'm also enjoying looking at your presentations on your clemson bio page... the topics are so important, and they are well-thought out and presented!

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