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Outdoor Wednesday!



Bob and I took a walk around the capitol building after our weekly Arris' Pizza dinner. Not much was in bloom yet, but this lovely tulip tree in front of the Capitol. I am sure we will be posting more later!

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  1. Don't you just love the longer daylight hours? We had a tulip tree at our last house.

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  2. So pretty!!! We planted tulip bulbs for the first time this past fall and on Sunday we noticed them pushing their way up through the soil!!! Yayyyy!!! :-)

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  3. Beautiful picture. I've been reading your other blogs. I hate that I can't link to it anymore. But it sure looks like you've been having a great time!

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  4. Oh I can't wait to see everything!

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  5. Good morning! We don't have the pleasure of tulip trees out here on the high desert ~ but I have had them in other cities I've lived in. So pretty! I played the flute (still do) and grandson Charlie is quite talented. He also plays the guitar and takes weekly lessons ....

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  6. Mmmm... Arris'!!!
    I haven't tried the one in Columbia, yet.
    I love downtown JC in the spring!

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  7. Happy Outdoor Wednesday Terri! It's fun watching everything start to grow! Thanks for sharing your photo.~ Susan

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  8. Isn't it grand to see what's springing up after the lo-o-ng winter?
    Love tulip trees. My in-laws used to have one.

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  9. I was thinking how pretty that japanese magnolia was and then I saw all the comments about "tulip trees". Kind of threw me. I had to google it to find out they are one and the same. lol

    We had one in our yard in Florida. It was the funniest thing. All those pretty blooms and no greenery, then the greenery came out and the blooms disappeared. Crazy. Crazy but sooooo pretty.

    Kari

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  10. It's so pretty...and what a artsy photograph with the capitol behind the blooms. I was visiting last night when Blogger was down...I couldn't leave a comment, but I'm off to comment away on the remainder, too. I always have something to say!

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