Bye Bye Barbados

No, no, not for good.

But even though it seems like I just arrived back in Barbados from Canada (wait, I did, June 10th), I am heading back to Canada again for a couple of months.

What will I find when I get there? Did all my newly accquired plants die in the drought? I can’t wait to find out…

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16 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    If your plants need water, send them my way; I have water to spare!!! This looks set to be both the coldest and the wettest summer in Denmark in 20 years, so unless August has something up its sleeve your plants should be save over here…

  2. 3

    Safe travels and can’t wait to see the gardens again

  3. 5

    Barbara H. said,

    Exciting news! I hope your garden has had just enough rain to keep plants alive but the weeds somewhat at bay. Safe journey.

  4. 7

    lynne said,

    Safe travel, and enjoy your time at home 🙂

  5. 9

    Oh, how fun! It must be so exciting to see all the changes in the garden. Good and bad.

  6. 11

    paulinemulligan said,

    Can’t believe it’s time for you to go back already, it has gone so quickly. Have a safe journey and I hope your garden has behaved itself while you have been away.

  7. 13

    Jean said,

    Deborah, How nice to get to spend fall in Ontario. I hope you got out ahead of the tropical storm that seems to be headed toward Barbados.

  8. 15

    debsgarden said,

    Enjoy your time at home! I am looking forward to seeing how your garden is doing. i know you are looking forward to working in it!


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