I so admire those diligent bloggers who have been posting regularly about the Buffa10 Fling last weekend. I am well behind and it is a challenge to find photos which have not been seen. It is interesting how many pictures we take that are similar but also interesting that there are pictures of scenes which I just did not see. So, a big thank you to all for sharing your special views. I have a confession to make. While most of our group was outside the History Museum listening to the staff talk about the new garden which was being dedicated that very day, I was hunting down the cake. I love cake (sad truth) and when I heard one mentioned, I had to take a look. There were lots of people standing listening to the speeches
and the cake was on a table behind all of them. I found it.
It really doesn't look like a cake at all. Note the pictures on the bottom and the log rounds which mimic those in the garden. I guess I have to believe that this was a cake as it looked just like the granite lantern in the garden
and sadly I did not get to taste it which was probably a good thing since we headed off to Rue Franklin for a lovely lunch.
It was then on to Urban Roots, the city garden center.
Always smiling Kylee, from Our Little Acre, tempts fate by climbing up on the bales of mulch for the perfect shot.
I am sure she got more than one of all the colorful umbrellas in the nursery as the rain was coming down. This garden center had great plants
and very interesting items to purchase. This familiar book, Wicked Plants by Amy Stewart has its' own special little creature trying to read its' pages.
Perhaps it is confused and thinks that it is her new book, Wicked Bugs. There is so much more to share but tonight time has run short.