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Revisiting Kubota Garden

Revisiting Kubota Garden

Xiaohong on Kubota Garden bridgeToday was a glorius sunny spring-like day and my wife and I and her parents all got in the car and we drove to one of our favorite local gardens – the Kubota Garden.  We have visited this garden for the past two years.  And each year we enjoy it even more.

Kubota Garden has beautiful man-made streams, waterfalls, ponds, rock outcroppings and an wonderfully rich and mature collection of plants and trees.  In 1927 Fujitaro Kubota, a 1907 emigrant from the Japanese Island of Shikoku, started with 5 arces. Today, the Kubota Garden spans over 20 beautiful acres and is open to the public to enjoy.

We took our camera and snapped a lot of shots of all the flowers and bushes that are busy growing in this most unusually warm Spring.

Photos from our visit:

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Occupation: Software Engineer; Favorite Languages: C++ C# Objective-C; Favorite Challenge: Connecting complex programs together so that elements of one UI interoperate within the other UI; Passions: Learning new things. Photography. Electronic Music. Astronomy. Model Railroad Miniatures, Designing web sites; Favorite Getaway: San Juan Island; Personal Motto: “No matter where you go, there you are.” View all posts by Chris Disdero

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