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Photo gallery: Revelstoke Garden & Art Tour 2013

The Revelstoke Garden & Art Tour was a great chance to discover hidden gardens, meet new people and learn about our diverse garden scene

We hosted a gathering at my place before biking around the first annual Revelstoke Garden & Art Tour hosted by the North Columbia Environmental Society on Aug. 9. Our group took in a sampling of the diverse and phenomenal Revelstoke gardens on display. Stifling heat delayed our departure, and we took in the gardens at a leisurely pace, so we got to fewer than half of the 18 gardens. The ones we did see were very interesting and unique.

It was a great time – let’s hope the tour returns in 2014! It was a great opportunity to meet new people and experience a side of Revelstoke you don’t get to see everyday.

See the photo gallery located below for images from the tour. Click on individual photos to turn captions on and off.

 

 

 

 

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