Move

Plants are moving…

I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything – but I want to let you all know that I’m still here. The negotiation and execution of the logistics required in moving many plants can be quite daunting.  But it’s getting done.

More details and photos in an upcoming post.  For now,  a quick glimpse of the increasing empty space in the yard.  Once filled with carnivores – now filled with memories.

A special and huge thank you to Jenn for transportation, and to Derek (… and his beard, and his angry back…) for the help in hauling all the stuff.  Oh, the fun continues tomorrow!


This space was once filled with carnivores…

 

5 responses to “Move

  1. Robert,

    I so admire you and what you are going through. I can’t imagine
    having to move all my plants! But you have some great friends!
    Are you taking the majority of plants with you? Or are you bequeathing them to friends? Or maybe some&some? Are you selling any? Are you going to set-up shop once again in your new location?
    After always seeing your garden full of plants, I have to admit it makes me kinda sad to see the picture you posted.But yet it is still so magical with that awesome view. It is the “Taurus” in me that finds change so hard at times and as we all know that it is growth and like you said another chapter in your life. Your thankfulness and your gratitude are so spot on to have been so
    fortunate to have lived in such an awesome magical place for so long and create what you did!! I applaud your beautiful post! 🙂

    • Hey Roberta! Thank you so much for the words of encouragement. yes, the majority of carnivores are coming with me but the rest of the garden is being given away to friends and I’m taking a few plants as well. I agree with you. I’m one who likes to get my roots in and settle. Change can be a bit hard, like you say – however working in the garden, I know that there are seasons and that change is indeed a constant. I hope to document more of my new adventure here … stay tuned 🙂 a lot more stuff to follow.

  2. Hey Rob!! Finally you’re going to move!!! That’s a really good news 😉
    Waiting for the next post!!
    cya tomorrow

    • Hi Yuri! Yes, indeed – a lot of work, but I can’t wait to finally get settled in. There’s still a lot of work that needs to be done at the new place and growing under fiberglass will be a different venture for me. I’m going to miss growing outdoors!

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