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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Let's Remember Linda, the RainGardener

Today is her Birthday. Blotanical reminded me about it.
Her blog,  Gardening By Trial and Error, still attracts traffic in the blogosphere. I bumped into her posts several times while searching for some information about plants. She continues to be helpful, her pictures continue to be an inspiration.
You are not forgotten, dear Linda!
 I thought about you while visiting our Washington coast last week. It was your place - Olympic mountains, rain forests, Pacific shores...


Happy Birthday to you, Dear Blogging Friend!
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You live as long as you are remembered

***Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

15 comments:

  1. What a nice article and gorgeous pic!

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  2. Thank you, Tatyana, for posting this remembrance. She was a wonderful lady with whom we shared "seeds", mail, and a few guffaws... which makes her being here very special.

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  3. Nice post. I miss Linda, too.

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  4. That is so nice of you to post this!

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  5. Dear Tatyana, Lovely posting! Linda is so missed. P. x

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  6. What a nice remembrance and tribute to a blogging friend. Beautiful photo too.

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  7. the fine texture of the photo reminds me of a bonsai forest.

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  8. The Washington coast is amazing ~ and so different from the coast here.

    I loved Linda's blog and miss her. I have soapwort in my garden that I got from her and I think of her every time I see it.

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  9. That photo is amazing... I have not seen any of Linda's work, but found your comments very interesting. Larry

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  10. Nice of you to do this sweet tribute. Happy birthday Linda.

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  11. Will garden bloggers remember us one day? ....
    One time, I was looking for some plant information (or humming bird info? don't remember), I clicked the link and suddenly saw Linda's post, and music started to play... Oh, it was tough!

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  12. What a wonderful, poignant tribute to our blogging/gardening friend, Tatyana. And a beautiful photo too. Happy birthday, Linda.

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  13. Very nice post. I've come across her posts doing searches too. I've even found myself going to her blog looking for a new post. She was a very kind and generous person.

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