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    Woodland Park Rose Garden

    On Saturday Eliam and I went to the Woodland Park Rose Garden. While Eliam explored, I took pictures of my bag (of course).

    http://www.seattle.gov/Parks/park_detail.asp?id=1000292
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    #2
    That's a wonderful shot! And as I looked at and before I scrolled down...I thought "A plum or ultra-violet bag would look good in the frame!"

    Ha! Then I scrolled down to see you beat me to it!
    "Buy the best, cry once" - Pasquale

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      #3
      Sigh. I really miss the PNW. That Japanese maple way in the back is making me all wistful.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Badger View Post
        Sigh. I really miss the PNW. That Japanese maple way in the back is making me all wistful.
        How were you even able to leave!? I could never!
        http://www.tombihn.com
        1-800-729-9607 (US & Canada) 360-452-0115 (other countries)
        Siquid mantica non capit, domi relinquendum est.

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          #5
          Well, first it was grad school, and after that it was the academic job market, which is designed to make you live everywhere and anywhere except for the place where you're actually from.

          But when I'm rocking my GoreTex and my TB bag, everyone knows I'm keeping it real.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Badger View Post
            Well, first it was grad school, and after that it was the academic job market, which is designed to make you live everywhere and anywhere except for the place where you're actually from.

            But when I'm rocking my GoreTex and my TB bag, everyone knows I'm keeping it real.

            GoreTex Jackets FTW! What do you teach?
            http://www.tombihn.com
            1-800-729-9607 (US & Canada) 360-452-0115 (other countries)
            Siquid mantica non capit, domi relinquendum est.

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              #7
              I teach writing! My background is in modern literature and religion, but the jobs are in writing these days. Mrs B is a Romanticist. As you might imagine, we have super-dorky conversations at our house (while wearing our GoreTex and clutching our Cafe Bags, of course).

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                #8
                Katy, gorgeous picture!

                I am always grateful for garden pictures, I love flowers but pollen is not my friend.


                Badger, smart conversations are not dorky at all, in my opinion, they are the raison d'etre of homo sapiens.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by backpack View Post
                  Badger, smart conversations are not dorky at all, in my opinion, they are the raison d'etre of homo sapiens.
                  I'll remember that the next time we're snort-laughing about Wordsworth and the sublime.

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