Saturday, November 13, 2010

The Pueblo Garden

We found a gorgeous little botanical garden on our Veteran's Day trip and took a little wander. The days in the high country are really crisp now, so the flowers are on the wane, but still beautiful!


Pumpkin rolled aside.

Garden of the Gourds

Prickly things.

Big gourd!

A fall rose.

I love zinnias!


Fall mums.

Huge agave.

Someone else likes zinnias!

Fall berries.


drgeo said...

I wonder how many agave leaves one must crush to get an ounce of tequila?

Life's a Beach! said...

I'm not sure drgeo, but we plan on touring a tequila operation in San Sebastion, Mexico in a few weeks. I'll let you know! : )

Ann said...

I love zinnias too!

Chrissy y Keith said...

Hey, FYI, the bridge is out North of the airport, so you will need to add on an extra beer for the ride. I think you said in an earlier post that it was a bidge south. But I just confirmed with our friends living in Guayabitos that it is going smoothly, just depends on when you get to the bridge. The longest wait they have had was 30 minutes.

Life's a Beach! said...

Chrissy, I was planning on that delay, but nice to know the worst they've had is 30 minutes. I imagine 5:30 p.m. on a Wednesday won't be the best timing, but that's assuming Mexican rush hour is like ours. Who knows!