Garden Adventures

We’re still fighting the bug around here. Fever is gone but throw up has now entered the equation. This morning, after Ellie had thrown up all over the bed, we were greeted by throw up all over the couch and floor from the dogs as well. Gah! We’ve been doing a lot of resting, too much movie watching and Mama has been doing plenty of laundry and mopping. I thought instead of talking anymore about virus’ and throw up, I’d tell you about last week’s visit to the Botanical Garden. This garden is only a couple of miles away from my parent’s home, but for some reason, none of us had ever been there before. We couldn’t believe we hadn’t either. It was so beautiful! Tucked up behind the hills, a path winds around native plants as well as desert plant life. At the very top of the hill, there is quite a nice view of the Conejo Valley and beyond. A lovely visit. They even have a Kids Adventure Garden. Unfortunately we were there on a day it wasn’t open (I believe its only open on Sundays). We will definitely be back to check it out though.
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2 thoughts on “Garden Adventures

  1. ‘Tis a magical place. someone shot some beautiful pictures that’s for sure. So, calm and peaceful and quiet. So, would these places give people ideas for changing their home landscape/ looks pr
    ertty dry there but so beautiful, indigenous plants etc.

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