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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

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Bill B

I agree with you completely.

Carver

Great shot and post. I agree with you so much about community gardens.

I linked your skywatch post from April in my post. I was googling for a link about the Cultural Arts Center in Greensboro and did find the government one which I also linked. However, imagine my surprise when your blog was one of the first sites that popped up on google. I had even commented on your post back in April but didn't associate it with the building when I was shooting.

Pam

Community gardens are a wonderful idea and bring a town together to share in the growing experience...

cieldequimper

I wish we had more community gardens in France. Thank you for the compliments on my other blog. No, I don't have a Flickr, I don't want things to get out of hand!

James

That is such a good idea and a productive use of the land.

East Gwillimbury WOW!

Community gardens are such a good idea. I live in a farming area but in the largest town close to us (Newmarket, Ontario) there's a community garden. It's great for people who live in apartments!

Mary

I'd like to contact you about the possibility of using some of your photos in an upcoming community event. Could you email me please, or tell me the best way to contact you?
Thanks!

FA

What a great way to spend a morning or afternoon - getting one's hands dirty and enjoying the company of others...a cup of coffee would only make it that much better!

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