Saturday, 15 April 2017

Along the River to a Teddy Bears' Picnic!

We walked along the Slateford to Saughton stretch of the Water of Leith today

and into Saughton Park


where the flower beds are looking wonderful 


especially the tulips



the topiary birds are in great shape



and teddy bears have been hidden around the gardens in preparation for the teddy bear hunt which is part of this afternoon's Easter Eggstravaganza.



Saughton Park will close for a few months soon as it is going to be upgraded, the old buildings that used to be used as stables are going to be brought back into use and a new cafe created. You can read more in my blogpost from a few weeks ago.


9 comments:

sage said...

A beautiful park!

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

So charming! I always think the water of Leith looks such a pretty spot too, bet there's some trout to watch in there

Lowcarb team member said...

This is a lovely looking park. The flowers are just so colourful.
I always think Teddy Bear Picnics such fun for the young ... and the young at heart!

Wishing you a Happy Easter

All the best Jan

Marcie said...

What a lovely park... And how fun to find the hidden bears. The blossoms are just gorgeous!

Rabbits' Guy said...

I am reading Ed Abbey's Desert Solitaire. He spent time there. Is he well known?

Draffin Bears said...

Happy Easter Juliet.
Such a lovely park and a fun thing to do, have a teddy bears picnic.
hugs
Carolyn

Crafty Green Poet said...

Hi Simon - yes there are trout in the Water of Leith!

Rabbits' Guy - I didn't realise Ed Abbey had spent time over here! He's not as well known here as he should be.

Geraldine said...

what a lovely park. everything looks so green and fresh!!!

Happy Easter Juliet! :-)

Lynn said...

How lovely it all is and love the bears' names!