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Hello from Belgium

Post by Isabelle on 11th November 2009, 23:38

Hello,

I would like to share my blog with you :
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

I'm a 44 years-old teacher and I love roses, especially Austin and old roses.
I'm french speaking (just to explain why my English could seem bizarre).
My blog is in French but you can use Google translator, it works well.

I like visiting forums abroad. I think I'll learn a lot on yours. Soon I'll have more time to come and read because here, winter is not far and gardening won't be my first occupation anymore till February.

Isabelle
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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Bemo on 12th November 2009, 02:27

Wave

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by wedge on 12th November 2009, 08:30

Hello Isabelle. Wecome to Rosetalk. Well, finally i'm no longer the new kid on the block !! You will find the people on this forum are simply fantastic. I started growing roses and very quickly ran into troubles so i joined the forum for some help. As i live just outside of Mackay on the central Queensland coast, my climate is tropical, so i needed to know what it takes to grow roses in the tropics. The help i got from the people on here was just amazing !! I have since visited some of them on a recent trip down south. I visited Roseman and his wife Carole, Rosemeadow who lives not far away and is a walking rose encyclopedia, and Ozeboy. They gave their time and knowledge freely and i learnt so much from them !! They are all amazing people !!! Enjoy your time on Rosetalk and we hope to hear from you as often as possible.
Cheers.....Dave. Gold Star Rating
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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Alee on 12th November 2009, 12:46

Bonjour Isabelle. Welcome to the forum.

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Guest on 13th November 2009, 12:53

Welcome aboard, I would not worry too much about your language our slang is hard enough for most Idea roflmao roflmao

Great blog Bad

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Billndee on 13th November 2009, 21:21

Hi Isabel, I think your blog photography is is creatively beautiful. I happily anticipate more beautiful photos from you to inspire me.
How do I get Google to translate your blog though?

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Bemo on 13th November 2009, 21:52

The Estate wrote:....our slang is hard enough for most .....
as for 'moi'. TheE will catch you Spectator

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by rosemeadow on 13th November 2009, 22:25

Hi Isabelle, I love the David Austins and old roses especially too. Also I am just 2 years older than you.
As for what Wedge said in his very welcoming post, I am only on the first page of book A of that encyclopedia, thank goodness I have the rest of my life to learn ( hopefully I will live a long life in my garden) and these forumns to meet many roserians from all over Australia and the World.

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Ozeboy on 13th November 2009, 22:31

Isabelle, You site is wonderful, so tranquil right down to the music.
I am envious because you have the climate to grow some of the most beautiful cool weather roses.

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Re: Hello from Belgium

Post by Isabelle on 13th November 2009, 22:43

Billndee wrote:Hi Isabel, I think your blog photography is is creatively beautiful. I happily anticipate more beautiful photos from you to inspire me.
How do I get Google to translate your blog though?

It's easy : go to Google English, write my adres : [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and then on the right to "Le blog d'Isabelle", click on "translate this page" and then you have my whole blog translated.

Thanks all of you for your warm welcome Very Happy
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