During this time of social distancing, I’m glad that we can still enjoy a walk outdoors on a sunny day. Here are a few sights that induced a smile during the last days of March.
Above, a photo of an outdoor tableau. The small windmill was no more than four feet tall. I’m sure this spot looks great in the summer, surrounded by plants and flowers.
Usually, these Christmas decorations are gone by the end of March. Was someone trying to spread a little cheer during these concerning times?
A cute Little Library. This one was tiny, but full!
It’s too early for this garden to be planted, but the gardener seems to be anticipating a good crop of weeds!
After our outing to the Regina Conservatory, we stopped at the Vintage Tea Room for Valentine’s Day Tea. This little tea room was started as a retirement project by a local couple, but soon turned into a new career.
The quaint shop serves wonderful tea, scones, soups, and decadent desserts. It’s always a pleasure to visit here.
Nods to Britain are displayed everywhere, as is a variety of giftware for purchase.
I love the tea pots, the miniature tea sets, and the beautiful furniture pieces used in the displays!
The shelves of imported food have some interesting products for sale.
We enjoyed our tea break here. If you’re interested in finding out more about this quaint place and their offerings, here’s a link to their website.
There was a lot of colour at the Regina Conservatory.
Irises & Lilies
Did you know these flowers grew in red and white?
And many other beauties!
Farewell from the Regina Floral Conservatory.