My Garden Is Your Garden

Going to the “free garden” was on my list of things to-do-before-leaving-Boquete. The first Sunday Lyn and Melody were here, we packed a wonderful picnic lunch and walked up to the garden after church. But it was closed. So we ate our chicken salad in the town square instead and planned a second picnic lunch for the next Sunday.

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This time it worked out and we dined on Scotch Eggs, carrot sticks, plantain chips, and lemon pudding.

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The conversation was engrossing, but the little one of the group was impatient, so we started to explore the garden.

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She was soon scooped up by some other tourists. This was quite the event, as you can see!

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We did enjoy the winding garden paths, with plenty of flowers and teeny little creeks to splash in and let leaves float down. It was a lovely afternoon.

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(Bless your heart Lyn, for carrying the picnic satchel AND your own bag…)

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Extra bonus today: A blog post on one of stores Natasha and I walk to somewhat frequently, over at my other blog, SimplyNel. Click here!

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